Sony has not been able to assert itself in the smartphone market for some years. Despite continuing to launch new devices regularly, they are no longer able to stand up to today’s major manufacturers. In addition to continuing to launch high-end smartphones, the brand continues to show no intention of giving up on the mid-range segment.
Proof of this is the presentation of the new Sony Xperia L4, but it seems that this mid-range is destined for failure even before it is launched on the market. It is not that it is a bad smartphone, or not very interesting. However, when compared to current offers on the market, it has very little to offer.
Sony Xperia L4 specifications
- 6.2 “inch LCD screen with HD + resolution, 21: 9 format and drop-shaped notch
- MediaTek Helio P22 processor
- 3GB of RAM
- 64GB of internal memory
- Triple rear camera: 13MP + 5MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (depth)
- 8 megapixel front camera
- 3.580mAh battery
- Android 10
It shouldn’t be hard to see why this smartphone hits the market with a very complicated life. In addition to having a “unique” screen with its extremely elongated shape, little else has to offer. With an HD + resolution, its large 6.2 “inch screen ends up losing its” brightness “.
Certainly the Xperia L4 will not stand out in the photographic segment, with a modest 13 megapixel main sensor.
Regarding its design, the Sony Xperia L4 has already traditional features of the manufacturer, having a pleasant visual impact. Still, it’s hard not to mention the giant bottom margin …
For a smartphone that is expected to hit the market at a price above € 250 (not confirmed), its plastic construction is simply a disappointment.
Although it has already been officially revealed, Sony has not yet confirmed exactly when the Xperia L4 will hit the markets. The only confirmed information was that it will arrive during the spring.
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