If the design and size of the screen are your main concerns, then the L1 is definitely the economical phone you need. Its resemblance to Sony’s high-end smartphones and the large screen it offers make it one of the best-looking phones in its price range, the L1 is an attractive budget phone and should be more than enough to meet your needs basic.
The Xperia L1 has come to replace Sony’s now discontinued E series. Priced at a surprisingly cheap, the L1 is Sony’s newest attempt at shaking up the budget phone market. Its large screen and sleek design make us think of Sony’s higher range of smartphones: it would be hard to single it out as the cheapest model in a line of Xperias. The L1’s pricing makes for a great part of its appeal. Now available in the USA, you can easily pick one up from most retailers at an original price of $ 135.00, currently carries the black and white models and you can find the pink version. The L1 is available with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage.
The familiar shape used by Sony on its Xperia line makes it look like a much more expensive smartphone than it actually is. Of course, the budget costs are noticeable in the choice of material. The L1 is made of a plastic shell, not quite as attractive as the XZ’s metal back. But the material gives it a sturdy feel and makes it easier to grip, a notable asset considering its size. The L1 only has one speaker but the ‘Loud’ option will enable you to hear just fine. Of course, it also has a selfie camera on top of the screen, and the camera and LED flash can be found in their regular position at the back. The phone’s overall look, despite using cheaper materials, is more than satisfactory.