Sony launches Xperia L2 with an 8 MP selfie camera and a 3,300 mAh battery

Sony Xperia L2

Sony has refreshed its L series of phones today with the launch of the Xperia L2 in India. The successor of the Xperia L1, launched last June, comes with a sizable bump in the battery department. Also, amongst the highlights is an upgraded selfie shooter along with the same MediaTek SoC that was on board the previous model.

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In terms of design, Sony continues to push the boring rectangular slab build on all its smartphones. Likewise, the Xperia L2 has the same build as its predecessor with the exception of a fingerprint reader that is on the rear of the handset.
In terms of specs, the Xperia L2 sports a 5.5-inch Wide Screen HD Display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. Inside the chassis, a MediaTek MT6737T with the Mali-T720 GPU is tasked to run the show. Thankfully, the Xperia L2 bumps up the RAM and internal storage this time around to 3GB and 32GB respectively.

Sony Xperia L2

In the camera department, the rear is occupied by a 13MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture. The front selfie camera is now a 120° super wide-angle 8MP lens with f/2.4 aperture.

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The Xperia L2 runs Android 7.1 out of the box and is powered by a big 3,300mAh battery. In the connectivity department, the handset has 4G VoLTE, Dual SIM, and micro SD card support.

The Xperia L2 costs Rs 19,990 can be bought in Black and Gold colour choices in retail stores across India.

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