Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-03-07
Updated on:Feb 01, 2015
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Powerful Performer with Tremendous Connectivity
Sony Xperia ZL sports a 5-inch LED Backlit Capacitive Touch Screen which bears a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels. The Smartphone runs on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) OS. The Xperia ZL performs Powerfully along with its 1 GHz Krait Processor, 2 GB RAM and Adreno 320 GPU.
Sony Xperia ZL features a 13 MP Exmor RS Rear Camera with Autofocus, LED Flash and HDR Video Capture along with a Front Camera for Video Calling. The Smartphone houses within itself an Internal Memory of 16GB along with the flexibility to expand the External Memory up to 32GB via Micro SD Card.
This Phone bears some of great features including a Powerful Processor and a very nice Camera for the Shutterbugs. It boasts many great Connectivity features which make it a perfect competitor to its rivals.
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Sony took a rather unusual path with its flagship smartphone for 2013: it designed the hardware twice. The Xperia Z is ostensibly the star of the show with its glass body and waterproofing, but it`s launching alongside the Xperia ZL, an equally brawny, yet plainer sibling. On a spec sheet, there`s no apparent reason for the ZL to exist when its features almost perfectly match those of the slimmer and more stylish Z. Still, it`s precisely that emp...
When we first laid eyes on the Xperia ZL at CES 2013, it may not have gotten the attention that it deserved. As the svelte, glass-backed and waterproof Xperia Z was stealing all of the camera time at the Sony booth, tables full of Xperia ZL devices sat unused. While the plastic exterior may not be as striking as the Z at first glance, the ZL is nearly identical in every other way -- a far cry from the "mid-range device" some p...
Pros: Even with a 5-inch display, the Xperia ZL is no harder to use in one hand than smaller devices thanks to very small bezels and on-screen navigation buttons. The camera produces very high quality photos, does great with automatic settings, and a dual
Cons: While the display looks great when using the device, it has very poor viewing angles even slightly off-axis. Even though it isn't a carrier device, Sony loads up the ZL with almost two dozen pre-installed apps, most of which aren't very useful. Th
Verdict: Aside from a few minor gripes, Sony has put together a great device with the Xperia ZL. The phone looks great and feels good in the hand even with the large display. If you're in the U.S. and have the money to spend on an unlocked devic...
A less sophisticated cousin of Sony`s current flagship phone, the Xperia Z , the Xperia ZL has plenty to offer, including the same powerful components and impressive 13-megapixel imaging system. Priced at an exorbitant $759.99, though, this Android......
Pros: The Sony Xperia ZL is thin, with a big, bright screen, a zippy processor, great call quality, and a camera that takes excellent pictures.
Cons: The Xperia ZL is more expensive than competing unlocked handsets. The phoneu2019s battery life is short and its camera is sluggish.
Verdict: The unlocked Sony Xperia ZL`s camera captures excellent images and makes clear calls but has a price that`s hard to swallow....
With the Sony XPERIA ZL, the company took a double-tiered approach to a hero smartphone release – unlike what Samsung and HTC have done with their HTC One and GALAXY S 4, Sony has created a machine that’s got the same innards as the XPERIA Z, but with a body that’s almost like an alternate reality iteration. Here with the XPERIA ZL, Sony has taken the display, the software, the processor, and the camera technology from the XPERI...
Verdict: The Sony XPERIA ZL takes what the Sony XPERIA Z was good at – and remains good at – and puts it in a slightly more hand-friendly form factor. If you’d like your handset to have a massive amount of glass, you’ll want the Z. If ...
Pros: Best in economy and class.
Overall: Best smartphone for the price range in the world.