The new smartphone Sony Xperia L is an Android device aimed at average consumers in 2013 and rises a little bit quality/hardware power than products of 2012 for the same price. The model comes with a 4.3-inch capacitive scratch-resistant with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels screen.
The heart of the device is a dual-core processor 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8320 Krait chipset, supported by 1 GB of RAM, which together should provide more than decent performance especially for an average user with no great pretensions.
From the perspective of media Sony has decided to introduce this Android smartphone in its latest Exmor RS sensor that allows the use of HDR technology for video recording in the back camera of 8 mega pixels.
High Dynamic Range Imagery technology (HDR) is a new tool available for both professional (Virtual Reality, post processing, hospitality, security etc.) as well as scientific applications (biomedical, education etc.).
The HDR technology helps you capture more light and make the scenes more visible in low light or at night, the camera is also associated with a dedicated physical button in the body to take faster photos for any eventuality.
Connectivity is pretty comprehensive with various Bluetooth, GPS, USB port, NFC chipset and 3G HSPA.
Everything will be powered by a battery 1900 mah, on paper of good amperage, which should ensure a good battery grace above optimization software made by Sony engineers with the system Stamina Mode.
The Sony Xperia L will be available for sale with the operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from the start in the second quarter of 2013 at a price estimated at around 280 euro and in three colors: white, black and red.
We believe that this smartphone will be able to attract a good number of consumers attracted by the display large enough, a good multimedia and an altogether good price especially if you think that this could also fall below 200 euro after a month of its launch.