The new pocket-friendly Sony Xperia L1 smartphone with Android Nougat and 2 GB RAM

The new Sony Xperia L1, powered by Android Nougat, was revealed by the company on March 20. The recent smartphone by Sony may be part of its Xperia lineup, but there is no similarity between the Xperia L1 and Xperia L, released in 2013.The new pocket-friendly Sony Xperia L1 smartphone with Android Nougat and 2 GB RAM

Features Sony Xperia L1

The smartphone is very sleek, just 0.3-inch thick and weighs 6.34 ounces. The Xperia L1 flaunts its 5.5-inch HD display with a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels. Sony says that the phablet is very comfy to use despite is big size

The Xperia L1 has a quad-core MediaTek 64-bit MT6737T processor, clocked at 1.45 GHz and provides 2 GB of RAM. The smartphone also provides support for Mali-T720 MP2 GPU.

The Xperia L1 provides 16 GB of onboard storage space which can be expanded up to an additional 256 GB with the microSD card slot.

The Sony phablet offers a 13-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED support. The primary camera also supports f/2.2 and has a 3x clear zoom. The device has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for selfie addicts.

The NFC capable Sony handset is fitted with a non-removable 2,620 mAh battery. The battery also supports Qnovo Adaptive Charging per the company. It has STAMINA mode, which helps in saving battery and deploys USB Type-C.

The Xperia L1 further supports Clear Audio+ and stereo recording, which will find favor with audiophiles.

One of the most amazing features of this device is its Smart Cleaner feature. This feature will keep your smartphone free from unused applications, clears cache, and ensures the best speed.

The Xperia L1 will be equipped with inbuilt Android Nougat, but Sony has not yet revealed the version.

Release date and availability

The smartphone is expected to be launched first in Europe, Middle East, Africa, North America, Asia and Latin America towards the end of April.

The smartphone will be available in three colors: black, white and pink. Inspite of uploading photos and features of this phone, Sony has not yet released its release date. But, the company has declared that the device will be “pocket-friendly.”