Lovers of affordable Sony phones have to go for the Xperia L3 this year. This entry-level model has a double camera on the back, a hefty battery and 32GB storage. Unfortunately, the software is somewhat outdated.
‘Sony Xperia L3 renders leaked’
That shows new renders. The Sony Xperia L3 is leaked on the internet a few days before its unveiling. The generally reliable journalist Roland Quandt received photos of the entry-level model. According to him, the hitherto cheapest Sony smartphone of this year costs 199 euros.
According to Quandt, the device gets a 5.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1440 by 720 pixels. Large bezels can be seen at the top and bottom of the display. The disadvantage of this is that the screen is not front-filling, but on the positive side, you do not need a notch for the front camera.
The Xperia L3 gets two cameras on the back of which one sensor has a resolution of 13 megapixels. Thanks to two lenses it is possible to create depth-of-field effects. The selfie camera should do it with 8 megapixels.
Unfortunately, the device seems to run on Android 8.1 (Oreo) and is therefore not up to date. Quandt does not yet know exactly which processor the Japanese will use but thinks it is a somewhat outdated model of MediaTek.
Furthermore, the affordable device seems to have 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. An additional advantage is that you can boost this capacity by placing a micro SD card. The theoretical 3300 mAh battery provides enough power, in theory, to be able to use the device throughout the day. You charge the device with USB-c and in terms of colors, you can choose from silver, gray and gold.