Sony's latest budget Android smartphone, the Xperia L1, will be launched in Europe in the month of June. This information comes courtesy of UK retailer Clove - the retailer's listing for the device says "first stock expected early June."
Sadly, neither an exact date, nor the pricing details were revealed.
The handset was announced a couple of weeks ago. Some of its key specs include MediaTek MT6737T chipset and 5.5-inch HD display. RAM is 2GB, while internal memory is 16GB. A 13MP camera is on the back, while a 5MP camera is at the front.
The phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, and packs in a 2,620mAh battery.
oh how I miss the Unique design of the original Xperia L. The arc design at the back and the blade like design of the bottom and top.
Sony Rocks with its cellbattery engineering tech,,, nos Needs for large battery capacities!! Haha
I do not want a phone with small battery. I have sony xz after sony ericsson xperia arc and sony xz battery is disappointing compering with sony ericsson xperia arc.