Sony has announced two new Android smartphones on Monday that will join its Xperia range later this year – the Xperia SP and the Xperia L. Both are designed to fill out the refreshed portfolio kicked off by the high-profile launch of the Xperia Z, Sony’s 5-inch flagship Android device with LTE support and a 13-megapixel camera. The Xperia SP, on the other hand, is a mid-range device with LTE support, while the Xperia L is aimed at the mid-to low-end. There’s plenty of competition in both these spaces already, but Sony will be hoping that its industrial design prowess and exclusive software features – such as its Walkman app with support for Music Unlimited- can help differentiate these handsets from the competition. The Xperia SP has a 4.6-inch, 720p “Reality Display” with a 1280×720 resolution.
Sony Unveils Low and Mid-Range Android Phones: Xperia L and SP
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