Summary: I lost money buying this phone. I decided to buy it for that said 8 GB, when in reality it is only 4GB. Do not be fooled. There were other Xperia L 4 GB for $ 40 less on Amazon. I feel cheated.
Summary: Sony Marketed the Xperia L as a Camera and a Phone... That's why I bought it for my wife. The camera is not that great. My Samsung Note and the iPhone from my experience has better cameras. its other features are ok, but still a decent looking phone.
Summary: I bought the phone as a gift for a friend, but then on searching for user reviews, I discovered that it appeared to have memory issues which require frequent factory reset. I have decided to return it, because I don't want to give a bad gift.
Summary: Bought one of these from Vodafone Jan 1014 when I needed to replace a lost phone. I ended up spending more that I had originally intended because I liked the way this phone handled, it's been easy to use and I have been able to take some nice photos with it. Here comes the but . . .
Summary: Sadly this phone came to be in an opened box and I started to be suspicious of why this was? The right hand size of the touch screen is almost dead, I don't think I can return this and there I am not sure if there is a customer service e-mail I can ask. So: 5* for the phone -3* for poor screen
Summary: The phone itself is ok,but they delivered without earphone,Of course it is not the worst part,because the phone is imported from other country,so I had to pay the cost of delivery from overseas into the UK,which is 35.63 pounds.So eventually it is not cheap at all and consumed a lot of my energy.