Therefore, the Japanese company “attacks” other market possibilities. in this case, the mid-range with a terminal that offers characteristics that I believe are sufficient for day-to-day life if you are not excessively demanding when looking for most process speed … which is something that not everyone needs, everything has to be said. An example of this is that your screen will be 4.3 inches with a resolution of 854 x 480. It doesn’t shock, but it’s not a disaster.
As for the SoC, as is usual in the models of this company, the Son and Xperia L will have a model of Qualcomm with two cores each operating at 1 GHz. It will not be as fast as the Xperia Z, which is logical on the other hand, but games and Internet-oriented applications will not be a problem. By the way, since I have commented on the entertainment titles … the included GPU will be a Adreno 305. Enough.
Mid-range of pure strain
If something is clear with the specifications that have been known about this new phone, it is that the mid-range is its objective … and, therefore, it seems clear that Sony intends to stand up in these segments. We will see if it is capable of taking market share from Samsung, great dominator here.
But there is a section that the Japanese manufacturer has taken care of in the Sony Xperia L, and it is already becoming a habit in their devices: the camera. The one included will be 8 megapixels, which is higher than the 5 Mpx usual in this type of products. But, the best thing is that the sensor will be an Exmor RS type, as indicated in Underwired View. With regard to storage capacity, this will reach the 8 GB and can be expanded with a microSD card.
Finally, two details to take into account. The first is that the battery has a charge of 1,700 mAh, which is not bad and should be enough to offer adequate autonomy (its components are not especially “greedy”). The second detail is that the operating system is Android 4.1.2, so it will be well updated.
I am convinced by this Sony Xperia L as a mid-range model to respond to the usual needs. Obviously, it is not the “definitive” terminal … but surely for daily use without great demands it meets perfectly. Now, it only remains to be definitively known its design and arrival date.