One of the new smart phones from Sony, the Sony Xperia L, has paid a visit to the FCC. There have been reports on the internet about this today. And there was a rumor that the “L” in the name of the device stands for LTE. But you would be disappointed to know that the smart phone does not come with LTE support.
According to the FCC, the Sony Xperia L comes with 3G HSPA support for AT&T, Straight Talk, T Mobile, and a few Canadian networks as well. So plainly, no 4G LTE. Other than this, the smart phone is a pretty mediocre one with a 4.3 inch touch screen with WVGA resolution. This puts the pixels per inch to 228 ppi. Under the hood, the smart phone holds a dual core 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8230 processor with an Adreno 305 GPU. The smart phone comes with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of on board storage.
But there is one attraction. The Sony Xperia L comes with an 8 mega pixel camera at the back, with an Exmor RS sensor. And this is the same sensor which is on the new flag ship device by the company, the HTC One. The camera features the HDR feature and records videos at 720p. There is a 0.3 mega pixel front facing camera as well.
Source: Phone Arena