Sony had debuted the Xperia L1 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 event in February last year. Speculations are rife that the Japanese tech giant will unveil the Xperia L2 as its successor phone at the MWC 2018 that is scheduled to take place in the next month. Well-known leakster @OnLeaks has collaborated with CompareRaja to reveal the 360-degree renders of the upcoming Xperia L2 smartphone.
Among the Xperia smartphones that were launched in 2017, the Xperia L1 is the cheapest handset. The renders of the Xperia L2 suggest that it won’t be featuring a full screen design. The handset will be measuring 149.9 x 78.4 x 9.8 mm. Compared to the Xperia L1 that measures 151 x 74 x 8.7 mm, the successor phone is likely to arrive with a slightly taller, wider and thicker chassis.
Like the Xperia L1, the L2 will be featuring a 5.5-inch display. The L1 supports HD resolution. However, there are no details available on the screen resolution of the Xperia L2. The L1 is driven by MediaTek MT6737T chipset and 2 GB of RAM. However, the L2 is speculated to be powered by Snapdragon 630 chipset and 4 GB of RAM. It will come pre-installed with Android Nougat OS. There is no information available on the other specs of the phone.
The renders suggest that the Xperia L2 will be featuring a single camera on its rear panel. It seems to be featuring a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. The overall design of the phone does not seem to deviate much from the predecessor. The only good thing about the Xperia L2 is that it will be arriving with upgraded specifications. Even though the phone is rumored to debut at MWC 2018, the publication speculates that it may get unveiled at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in the next week.
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