As every mobile company is trying to make budgets phone for the users Sony also steps up in the long run. Every market is flooded with phones that hold every possible feature but fall easy on customers’ pocket. Keeping that in mind, Sony brought an addition to its Neo series by introducing the Neo L, an Android budget phone. Let’s have a look at the specifications this phone embraces.
The design of the phone is average like the typical Sony’s style. The major difference that you can point out in the Neo L is the screen as the past neo phones carried an average 3.5-inches display, this phone carries a 4-inches capacitive touchscreen with 480×800 pixels resolution. And another exceptional thing is that this phone comes with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box. So a budget phone with the latest Android version is something pretty cool.
The phone runs on a dual-core 1GHz Scorpion processor with Qualcomm Snapdragon. At the back it has the usual 5-megapixel primary camera with LED Flash with geo-tagging and 3D Sweep Panorama features. There is a front-facing VGA camera that will help you with video calls and Skype chats. It allows you to make 720p videos with continuing autofocus. But, unfortunately there is FM radio, so it will come as a disappointment for all the radio lovers.