March 7, 2013

Sony Xperia L specifications leak


Sony Xperia L specifications leak
Details of Sony's upcoming Xperia L handset, designed as a more affordable alternative to its flagship Xperia Z, have leaked out ahead of an official announcement from the company.
According to an anonymous industry source speaking to Xperia Blog, the Xperia L will come equipped with a 4.3in display featuring a somewhat lacklustre 480x854 resolution. Behind the distinctly mid-range display will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor running at 1GHz and Adreno 305 graphics - meaning the device won't be a gaming powerhouse - along with 8GB of storage, which can be expanded through a micro-SD card slot.
The rear of the handset, which is likely to follow the same design cues as the recently-launched Xperia Z, will include an 8-megapixel camera based around Sony's in-house Exmor RS sensor, the same technology used to power the higher-resolution 13-megapixel snapper found in the Xperia Z. As with its bigger brother, this should provide the Xperia L with better image capturing in low-light conditions, although the lower resolution may mean lower-quality images when printed in larger sizes or zoomed in close on the screen.
The device will apparently launch with Google's Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system, the same version as is available on the Xperia Z. While this is a disappointment, given the additional features available to devices running Android 4.2, it's hardly a surprise - and Sony will be working hard on updating all its most recent Xperia devices to the latest software version as soon as it can.
The Xperia L should measure 128.7mm x 65mm and be 9.7mm thick, making it a reasonably pocket-friendly device, while a 1,700mAh battery will provide the talk time - although no figures for how long a charge will last are yet available.
Sony is expected to launch the Xperia L some time later this year, but is keeping quiet on the matter until closer to its planned launch date.

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