Sony Mobile, one of the biggest names on the market, unveiled a new smartphone – Xperia L1. This is a middle-end smartphone with the focus on affordability.
The device has a few distinctive features, like “Xperia Actions” and “Xperia Tips” modes. They provide owners with advice on how to use the smartphone better and offer maps based on the owner’s location. Also, “Xperia Actions” analyses the habits of the user and adapts to them automatically changing the settings. For example, the Good Night mode serves as a “Don’t disturb” sign – it automatically put the smartphone on mute, lowers the brightness, ensures seamless charging, and so on.
As for the specs, Sony Xperia L1 is fitted with the 5.5-inch display, MediaTek MT6737T processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage (with possible expansion). The phone runs on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. One interesting feature comes in the rear camera – it’s a 13 MP sensor with the 3x Clear Image zoom. For selfies lovers there is of course a frontal camera with 5 MP and a 24mm wide-angle lens. Other features include the 2620mAh battery, NFC support and LTE.
Sony Xperia L1 will appear on the store shelves in the end of April. The price is yet to be revealed.