Summary: There are a lot of mid-range phones out there, and most of them are fairly average looking. Yes, they work and they don’t look awful, but they aren’t particularly eye catching, either. Enter the Sony Xperia L .
Conclusion: The Sony Xperia L is an inoffensive, capable Android smartphone. The latest Android experience Sony offers users is the most refined and flexible iteration yet and the company seem to have struck a nice balance between, performance, design and price across all their devices.
Summary: Something good and inexpensive. The Sony Xperia L is another smartphone from the Xperia series. Our review shows us that this phone is good bang for buck and you would not go wrong if you go for it.
Pros: Good build quality, Good screen, Good camera, Camera with HDR, Decent battery runtimes, High viewing angle stability, Current Android version 4.1, The good display quality despite some unfavorable measurements. The mainstream Xperia L has no significant drawbacks.
Cons: Plastic case, No LTE support, glossy surface, LTE support would have been nice, but that is almost too much considering the price point. A bigger battery and better battery management.
Conclusion: Sony has a plan and is sticking to it. Not a piece of tactical genius either but one that seems to work for it. A couple of phones did well for Sony in the midrange last year and the right touches here and there was all they needed to be highly competitive again.
Pros: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and dual or quad-band HSPA support, 21 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 4.3" 16M-color TFT capacitive touchscreen of FWVGA resolution (480 x 854 pixels) at around 228 ppi, Android OS v4.1.2 Jelly Bean, Dual-core 1 GHz Krait CPU, Adreno 305 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8230 Snapdragon c...
Cons: No 1080p video capture, poor video quality, No Mobile BRAVIA engine, Sub-par viewing angles, Rather big and heavy for its display size
Conclusion: Sony is offering the Xperia L off-contract in the United States for the affordable price of $350. It is a device that will find its popularity in developing markets though where price is of bigger importance.
Pros: Elegant design, Sony has done a good job with Walkman and video apps
Cons: Slightly bleak screen, Processor is not future proof, Mediocre camera
Summary: Sony Xperia L is a 4.3 inch Android smartphone powered by dual core 1 GHz processor. It has 8 MP rear camera with HDR for crystal clear photos. It is available for Rs.13990 in India. Sony Xperia L Design
Pros: Good display resolution, Good rear camera, Good battery support
Summary: Is Sony's baby Xperia one L of a good phone, or one L of a letdown?
Pros: Decent battery, Bright screen, Fantastic camera, Shutter button, We're going to give Sony its due here, it really does seem to know what it is doing when it comes to making a decent camera. It certainly doesn't come with the prowess that the upcoming Sony Xperia Z1 does, but the 8MP sensor on the...
Cons: Fiddly keyboard, Outdated design, Poor front camera, Average performance, When it comes to typing messages on the Xperia L, we have to say that the keyboard will probably suffice. If all you're doing is updating Twitter, with its 140 character limit for instance, the keyboard will do just fine. F...
Conclusion: This is a good buy in its price range and offers good features too. Its low screen resolution can be the only reason to avoid.
Pros: The Sony Xperia L offers rich features and justifies its price. It runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS, dual camera, 1 GB RAM, and 1 GHz Qualcomm dual core processor with many more exiting features. It has long battery life.
Cons: Sony Xperia L offers a low screen resolution compared to others mobiles in its price range. Same was the problem with Xperia M.