We really like the look and feel of the L3, a big upgrade on last year’s Xperia L2. Sony has slimmed down the bezels and rounded off those corners to make it comfortable. The software is Android Oreo (should be Pie very shortly), with the customised UI. Performance seems smooth from the Mediatek chipset, while battery life should also impress.
As for the camera, the Xperia L3 packs in a 13MP f/2.2 shooter with 2MP depth sensor, for the Bokeh Mode. You can shoot FHD quality video, while the 8MP selfie snapper offers the usual beauty mode gubbins.
Check back soon for our full review of the L3 to see if it really is an excellent budget blower to rival the likes of Motorola’s Moto G7 Power and Honor’s 9 Lite.