Sony is all set to launch its mid-ranger Android smartphone in India, which was announced a month back along with Sony Xperia SP. Dubbed as Xperia L, the handset occupies a eye-catchy 4.3-inch scratch-resistant capacitive touchscreen display that produces a TFT picture resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. Sony must be rolling on the grounds of success after gaining a significant appreciation for the recently launched Xperia Z, a water- and dust-resistant premium smartphone. And now, the company is looking forward to continue the same era of success with its consecutive new launches, Sony Xperia L and Xperia SP.
Targeting over the huge middle-class consumer base of the country, Sony has started taking pre-orders of Xperia L through some online portals; however, the availability is expected to start from May 8th. This latest Android smartphone from the Japanese manufacturer is commanded by 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8230 processor supported by 1GB of RAM. Sony Xperia L price in India is expected to be around Rs. 18,990 and will be released in two color variants, Black and White.
Sony Xperia L runs on the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system and packs some of interesting features, like a dedicated camera key, lightweight profile, with a total measurement being 128.7mm x 65mm x 9.7mm at a total weight of 137 grams, and impressive connectivity options. The manufacturers have fitted the device with LED flash supported 8MP rear snapper, having the potential to record 720p high definition videos while working through an Exmor RS sensor.
Additionally, users will get a VGA front-facing camera that supports video calls on-the-go. For storing images, video files and other essential stuff, Sony has incorporated the device with 8GB internal memory, which is again an expandable one up to 32GB with microSD card support. Xperia L is a DLNA-certified smartphone that offers you flexibility to connect with the virtual world via NFC, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot and Bluetooth. Powered by 1750-mAh battery, it ensures to deliver up to 8 hours and 30 minutes of talk-time and around 498 hours of stand-by time as claimed by Sony.