Sony Xperia L2 User Review

The Sony Xperia L2 is one of the most affordable mobile phones on the market right now which still manages to look good. There’s a lot to appreciate about this mobile device, although it hasn’t been so well known.

Why is this? Well, it’s not a flagship model and is instead an entry-level smartphone, but this doesn’t mean that it can’t be worth your time and attention. There’s a lot to appreciate about this particular device, and so we are going to be taking a look at some of its different features here and now.


Regarding how it looks, this is very much like a lot of Sony models. The design is the same – curved edges, contours and a neat, sleek body. It is a very ergonomic phone and fits into the palm better than some others. This fact wins it some points, but it’s about what you’d expect for an entry-level phone.


The performance of this phone is about what you would expect from an entry-level device. It isn’t too complicated and not too basic either – it sits in an excellent place to offer enough to its users.

The menu screens aren’t cluttered up and have a few of the signature Sony features on them, but for the most part, this behaves a lot like an Android phone. There’s a lot of the same kinds of apps, so people who liked the way Android did things in the past can work with this device quite easily.

When performing routine tasks, this is a phone which will be more than sufficient. You can easily navigate around the different menus and explore the phone at your leisure, and everything works well. Despite the fact that this is an entry level device, it still works perfectly well with all of the applications.


The camera is pretty much what you might expect from a mobile phone of this tier. It’s very bare bones and doesn’t offer all that good a quality photo, but it’s tolerable. There’s a 13-megapixel camera on the back, which is suitable for an entry-level device. You can record video with the phone, and there’s an auto-enhancement feature, so it’s not half bad.

All things considered, this is a pretty good phone for someone who doesn’t want to spend the earth on their device. No, it’s not going to compete with some of the best models on the market right now. But you know what? It isn’t supposed to. This wasn’t made to be a competition. It wasn’t designed to stand up to them. It’s instead just a good phone for an entry-level budget. That’s what it does best and that’s what it should be judged as. It does everything you could want it to without compromising on quality and that’s fantastic. All of the apps work well, the phone itself performs at the correct standard and you won’t have any issues with input lag. It’s a good phone and would work for pretty much anyone.