Remember when we mentioned about Sony Xperia L passing FCC agency? Here is an update. If you have been thinking of purchasing a new Sony smartphone, you should know that the Xperia L is now available for purchase in the US. The manufacturer is selling the phone through its official Sony online store. The phone is priced at $349.99 and comes with the advantage of being contract free, which means that you don’t have to sign up any long term contract. Plus, the phone is factory unlocked so you will not be limited to one carrier.
Have been wondering where the Sony Xperia L may arrive? It is your lucky day today as we have more news about its possible destination. The phone was just spotted at the FCC and chances are that it will be available in the US. We also hear that it will land up north too, with a number of Canadian carriers getting ready to start selling the device. However, we have no clue which of the US service providers will eventually offer the handset.
Apart from the Xperia SP, Sony also announced today a second Android smartphone, the Xperia L. Both devices are expected to be released in Europe and Asia by the end of June and we are hoping to see them land in the US some time this summer too. More modest than the Xperia SP, the low-to-mid range Xperia L model is aimed at price-conscious users who value better than average camera experience.
According to an article on XperiaBlog, Sony is working on a new Android-based smartphone, the Xperia L. Codenamed TaoShan, the handset should hit the stores with model number C210X (C2104, C2105, S36h) attached to it. As some sources suggest, it will be made official in the coming months and should be available later this year together with the Sony Xperia SP. Here is what folks at XperiaBlog found out from a “reliable source”.