The beginning of 2018 sees Sony somewhat awake from its dormant-ness and we were able to witness not one, not two but three different releases. The Xperia L2 is one of these with the smartphone plying its trade within the mid to upper-mid price brackets. Hardware wise, the smartphone provides some nifty hardware for the Rs. 25,000 price tag it commands.
All Sony design and display
Ever since the days of the Xperia Z some 5 years ago, Sony’s design hasn’t seen much change. The Xperia L2 sees similar design patterns but most of it comprises of plastic which can be viewed as one of the measures Sony has taken to reduce the smartphone’s costs. Its dimensions aren’t that impressive either as the 9.8mm width and 178g weight are a tad over the top in our opinion. Plastic builds somewhat always reside within similar dimensions.
Not complying with the norms of 2018, the smartphone features a 16:9 aspect ratio 5.5 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 267ppi pixel density. Allowing a 720p resolution, the display might just be enough for your everyday needs with the Corning Gorilla Glass promising gloss and better impact protection.
Customary but good cameras atop the Xperia L2
The smartphone features a 13 MP primary sensor with an LED flash plus customary features that include geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and HDR. The selfie camera features an 8 MP sensor which is quite good and adequately poised to cater for your snapping needs. All in all, both the cameras provide excellent photo and videography.
We mentioned something about nifty hardware before
Indeed we did because the smartphone features a 1.5 GHz Quad-core processor with 3GB RAM to power the built-in Android Nougat. 32GB internal storage and an external card slot hopefully promise that you’ll never run out of storage while a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, USB type-C and a large 3300 mAh non-removable battery being its other noteworthy specifications. Last but not the least, the smartphone comes in black, pink and gold colour schemes.