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XPERIA L 4.3IN 1.0G DC 8GB MSD 8MP NFC SIM-free - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean - 4.3" LCD 480 x 854 - Touchscreen - Multi-touch Screen - 8 Megapixel Camera - Quad Band GPS Reciever - Bluetooth - USB - 8.50 Hour Talk Time
She liked my new phone, so I bought her this one - it's cheaper than the ZR, & don't want the expense if she drops it again.
Just arrived 24 hours ago, and she's a happy girl again. - Facebook loads very quickly.
Battery compartment a little awkward to get on an off.
Battery life should be pretty good - I found something called stamina mode in the settings on mine, that cuts non essential processing and info flow when the screen is off. - really saves on the juice. - You can white-list any apps you want to continue receiving data.
It also has NFC (near field communication) that normally only comes with higher end phones (Though, I personally, have yet to use it for anything)
Camera- 8MP - CMOS sensor and HDR. reasonable in low light - Takes some very good photos (for a phone)
Definite bonus - Micro SD slot to expand memory.
Screen nice and bright - good picture - 224ppi - not as sharp as some, but more than adequate for browsing the web, - Certainly as good as phones in the same price bracket.
Oh, from the label - GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS/HSPA band 1/2/4/5
Great phone for the cost.
I've been using it for a bit more than a week, and so far it works very well. A couples details:
The camera isn't as good as I expected. Is not bad by any means, but it doesn't seem like the 8 mp add too much to the ones you can get with a 5 mp camera.
Battery is alright. It gets you through the day and that's pretty much it.
The model feels really comfortable to the hand, not too big and very light. I got it in white, and it look very elegant. The screen resolution is awesome.
Performance is good, although it took me a bit to get used to it. I had Blackberry before, and I find those were a lot easier to customize. I mean, people with knowledge can do wonders with this phone, since it allows you many more liberties than Blackberry in customization, but if you don't know much about it it can be a bit difficult. But then, that's a critic to Android, not to the phone itself. It just takes a lot of time to arrange it *just* the way you want it (once it's done it's great, though).
Speakers are good enough, although you have to make sure not to obstruct it with your finger or anything because then it sounds weird (in many other phones I've had that has never been an problem).
There a many other little issues in the OS (again, that's mostly for Android, not the phone itself), like notifications or the running of apps, etc. Which I'm not 100% happy with, but those are things I *know* can be arranged however I want them (or most of them, anyway), except I haven't had the time to fiddle and play with it too much. So if you're new to Android, just know you need to give it time to completely get the hang of it..