Popular Japanese tech company Sony may be well known for their popular PlayStation consoles, but have also been in the smartphone space for a relatively long period of time. Although not as dominant in the smartphone space as they are in the console game domain, Sony still produces phones at regular intervals, with the tech company set to launch another smartphone soon.
The Xperia L4, which is set to come with a 21:9 aspect ratio and a 6.2-inch display is also said to have multitasking capabilities, letting you use two apps simultaneously in portrait mode. The device is expected to come with a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset and 3GB of RAM. With a triple camera system also part of this device’s features, the main camera is set to have a 13MP lens with an ultra-wide lens of 5MP and a 2MP depth sensor.
The Xperia L4 is expected to come with Android Pie OS out of the box, and is to maintain the 3.5mm headphone jack, unlike a number of other smartphone models that have done away with this feature in recent times. With a 3,580mAh battery, this device just screams “mid-range” with all the specs it is said to possess.
With little buzz around the new Sony device, recent findings show that Sony may be trying to improve its Mobile online presence, as the former Mobile site is no longer available, but rather redirects to the Sony main site when clicked upon.
With this attempt to bring their smartphone business to the general site, Sony may be planning to place less emphasis on their smartphones in the coming days.