Sony Xperia L C2105
The Sony Xperia L features a 4.3-inch TFT touchscreen display with an 8-megapixel rear-mounted camera. The Xpera L is powered by an 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 8GB of storage expandable via microSD up to 32GB.
Sony has done a good job with Walkman and video apps.
Feature-packed mid-range snapper.
Bright 4.3-inch display.
Intuitive and responsive interface.
Slightly bleak screen.
Limited on-board storage.
Processor is not future proof.
Battery life is average.
Unreliable Wi-Fi connections.
Poor plastic build.
By itproportal.com on September 02, 2013
In the end the Sony Xperia L is a rather disappointing handset. Even if you set the physical design to one side and concentrate on the innards, there are a lot of niggles, and some serious irritation around the fact that the main camera doesn't live...60
By Wired UK on August 19, 2013
The Sony Xperia L is far from the cutting edge of smartphone development, but it's a good looking, solidly built low to midrange device with a decent screen and a pretty good camera. The processor is a little lacking, and it's a shame it's...70
By CNET UK on August 08, 2013
With its black, arched design and silver details, the Sony Xperia L is definitely among the better-looking budget phones. Its older version of Android and software bugs really let it down though. The Google Nexus 4 is a much better phone all round and...50
By AsiaOne on June 29, 2013
Given the tapered design at the bottom of the Sony Xperia L, I can understand why my colleagues instinctively pushed the phone's display upwards, hoping to find a physical keypad below. But this is not a slider phone.You use the virtual keyboard on...60
By NotebookCheck on June 25, 2013
Sony offers a recommendable mainstream smartphone with the Xperia L, which has no significant drawbacks . The 4.3-inch device offers a lot of features for the current price of 240 Euros, starting with the good display , the high build quality and the...85
By Expert Reviews on June 12, 2013
Surprisingly good value with superb low-light camera performance - an excellent Budget Buy handset...100
By TrustedReviews on June 11, 2013
The Sony Xperia L lacks the spit and polish necessary to standout at this price. The basics are good enough, but the sluggish camera and merely ok design count against it.60
By 3G UK on June 11, 2013
The Sony Xperia L is an attractive mid-range handset that copes easily with most everyday tasks. Some of the top features have been omitted to keep the price tag down, but overall it packs in plenty for the money.70
By AndroidAuthority on June 08, 2013
In the end, the Sony Xperia L is a solid but not exactly remarkable phone when it comes to performance. What should help it stand out in its fairly crowded category are its looks and design. Whether or not this is enough to sway you from the countless other similar phones available is a matter of personal taste.65
By T3 on June 07, 2013
There are issues with the responsiveness of the touchscreen and some sluggishness operating simple tasks, so if you are really sold on buying a Sony smartphone that is not the Z we'd probably still opt for the Sony Xperia SP (as a more suitable smartphone partner.60