Sony Xperia L1 Latest Update: To Be Announced Later This Year!
The Sony Xperia L that was declared back in March 2013 and was later released in May in the same year is getting a successor. Evidently, it will be known as the Sony Xperia L1.
As per PhoneArena, the Xperia L1 was just recently confirmed by telecommunication controllers in Russia. The mobile phone itself is recorded with the model number G3312. It is anticipated to be announced later this year. With respect to its specs and features, unfortunately, there are no details about it yet.But, tech news sites are as of now watchful when new pertinent data is accessible.
Despite the fact that there is very little details yet about the Xperia L1, it doesn't imply that everything about the said mobile phone is obscure. Besides its name and model number, tech fans and purchasers alike who know about Sony smartphones realize that its ancestor, the Xperia L is a mid-range smartphone.
Meaning, one could think that it won't be as high-end compared with the most recent Xperia XZ Premium. Rather, it will be a mid-range phone that could be more powerful than its ancestor.
Obviously, one could contend that these "anticipations" or "speculations" are mostly based on the way that the Xperia L was a mid-range mobile phone, and Sony may accomplish something surprising by making the Xperia L1 something far and away superior. Starting at now, the best alternative is hold up until additional data about the said gadget will be uncovered.
Likewise, with the specs and components of the Xperia L, it has a 4.3-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen with a screen resolution of 480 x 854 pixels and is ensured with a scratch-safe glass. It keeps running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which can be upgraded to Android 4.2.2 and is pressed with a Snapdragon 400 chipset.
It features 8 GB (5.8 GB client accessible) with 1 GB of RAM and has an expandable memory option of up to 32 GB. It has a 8 MP camera with f/2.4 opening and shoots recordings 720@30fps. Finally, it is controlled by a removable 1750 mAh battery.
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