Sony launches Xperia L2 in India with wide-angle selfie camera

The Sony Xperia L2 runs on Android Nougat 7.1.1 and it powered by a 3300mAh non-removable battery.
Sony launches Xperia L2 in India with wide-angle selfie camera
Sony launches Xperia L2 in India with wide-angle selfie camera
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When it’s a Sony smartphone, there cannot be a description without focusing on the camera setup. The new Sony Xperia L2, launched in the Indian market starting February 5 is no exception. The highlight of this new smartphone from Sony is the front selfie camera with an 8MP sensor that is capable of capturing images within 120 degrees offering a wide angle for group selfies.

The other specifications of the Sony Xperia L2 go like this: the display is 5.5-inch in size and the screen resolution is 720x1280pixels. The outer casing is in plastic with overall dimensions reading 150mmx78mmx9.8mm. The phone weighs 178gms. The IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen gets protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 4.

A MediaTek MT6737T quad-core processor is the engine under the hood and it is supported by 3GB RAM. The internal memory storage capacity is 32GB. Users have the option to use a microSD card to expand the storage by another 256GB.

The Sony Xperia L2 will run on the Android Nougat 7.1.1 version and the battery is a 3300mAh non-removable Li-Ion one. The communications suite is complete with VoLTE also enabled for availing 4G connectivity. The device also supports Wi-Fi, FM Radio, Bluetooth 4.0, and USB Type-C port for charging.

As mentioned, the optics section is the most attractive part of this Sony Xperia smartphone, with the rear setup there is a regular f/2.0 aperture 13MP sensor while the front camera, as describes above, is endowed with the wide-angle lens that enables the user to aim and shoot selfies with even a group of persons.

There are two colours in which the new Sony Xperia L2 can be purchased; Black and Gold. The price fixed for the Indian market is Rs 19, 990. With these specs and at this price point the phone may face stiff competition, particularly in the Indian market.

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