Sony to launch Xperia ZL smartphone on European market

Sony’s smartphone codenamed Odin will soon appear on the German market under the trade name Xperia ZL. The new company product will be another high-end smartphone along with the Xperia Z, which is expected any time soon.

Specs-wise the Sony Xperia ZL will have a 5-inch Full HD display and will be powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The smartphone will have 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage that can be expanded via a microSD card (up to 64 GB of capacity), rear 13 MP camera with support for Full HD video. There will be a front 2 MP camera too along with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC. Another interesting feature will be support for two SIM cards.

Once released the Sony Xperia ZL will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean but will later be updated to Android 4.2. The new smartphone is expected to cost around USD 800 when it appears in April 2013.


Source: Sony

Related posts

Sharp announced new AQUOS Quattron All-in-One 3D TVs with Built-in Blu-ray Recorders

Sharp announced two new models of its LB Series AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs, featuring their proprietary four-primary-color technology and also equipped with 3D-compatible Blu-ray Disc recorders. The new models are 52-inch LC-52LB3 and 46-inch LC-46LB3, both offers 1,920 x 1,080 LED backlight...

Alienware presents Alienware Alpha gaming system

Alienware presents Alienware Alpha gaming system

The popular gaming PC maker Alienware, a subsidiary of Dell, has presented a new compact gaming system that goes by the brand name of Alienware Alpha. The new company product resembles a gaming console and there is a reason for that – it has a specifically developed console user interface and...

Samsung Galaxy S7 spotted on Geekbench

Samsung Galaxy S7 spotted on Geekbench

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone has been spotted once again, this time on Geekbench – another popular cross-platform benchmark. Most of these platforms list the tech specs of the device being tested and Geekbench is not an exception. Thanks to this we now know the tech specs...

Leave a comment