Sony Xperia L2 is a new smartphone that comes in with lower specs. Great for someone buying their first Android smartphone! Let’s dive into what you get.
Main specs: 5.5 inch Display, 720×1280 pixels screen, IPS LCD Type, Android 7.1.1 Nougat, MediaTek MT6737T Chipset, Quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz Cortex A-53 cores, Mali-T720MP2 GPU, microSD card up to 256GB, 32GB Internal storage, 3GB of RAM, 13MP Main camera, 8MP Secondary camera, 3.5mm Audio jack and 3300mAh Battery!
Even though this is a low-end Android device you still get quad-core inside. Since quad-core is going down in price. I like how you can expand storage to massive 256GB. In a few years storage won’t be a problem. The Mali GPU inside the phone will provide you with great gaming experience.
This phone comes with Type-C USB connector. It also has FM radio on board. I really like in terms of design how it seems like Sony is switching it up again. The rear fingerprint design looks perfectly aligned with rear camera. And it won’t create confusion as on Galaxy S8.
There is Dual SIM option available for multiple SIM cards at the same time. The weight is pretty heavy 178 grams. In thickness it is 9.8mm. It even gives you 4G LTE data speeds.
I really hope this phone will be getting an update to Android 8.0 Oreo like other Sony phones. The Bluetooth is still the old version 4.2. Main specs on the rear camera is: F/2.2 aperture, autofocus and LED flash.
I would prefer if you would be able to remove the battery. I hope smartphone companies bring this back to phones. Back in the days all low-end phones had that option. It’s great when you need to replace it. Instead of buying a completely new phone you just many times can replace the old battery.