Today we present a phone in the range of entry, as it is designed for those who do not want to make a demanding use of the phone in terms of benefits, and whose best asset is the price, we are talking about the Sony Xperia L2.
This Sony Xperia L2 is the most humble terminal of the current catalog of the company. And it has integrated a Mediatek MT6737T with four cores at 1.5GHz into the Xperia L2. In the day to day, this processor offers a modest but sufficient performance to manage applications and games with little load. Do not forget that we are talking about an entry range, so we can not ask too much. In any case, the results are acceptable at the CPU level. As far as memory is concerned, it comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM, which can be expanded with a memory card.
For the screen, Sony has opted for a 5.5-inch IPS LCD panel with an HD resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels (267ppp) and the traditional 16: 9 widescreen format. Being an entry model, we understand that Sony has not opted for an OLED panel (something that would have made the product more expensive and forced more to its limited processor), but calls the attention that has opted for that format instead of 18 : 9, like most competitors.
In the section of the battery the Xperia L2 integrates a battery with 3,300 mAh capacity that, as we have seen, does not leave us lying in the middle of the day. In fact, in most of the days, we have reached the night with about 30 percent battery. Take this opportunity to comment that it comes with integrated fingerprint sensor, not like its predecessor.
In the design section the Xperia L2 has some plastic and glass finishes that make it pleasant to the touch (although somewhat slippery) and attractive to the eye. Its design makes it clear that we are facing a Sony Xperia, with a front dominated by the screen and some thin side frames, but somewhat thicker up and down.
Sony Xperia L2 3GB/32GB
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