Sony's Xperia Neo L may get worldwide release
Makes appearance on Sony's global website
Published: 1 June, 2012
Originally announced back in May for the Chinese market it now looks like Sony's Xperia Neo L may be headed for a global release as well. No formal announcement has been made but the device has been spotted in all its low-end glory on Sony's global website.
Key features of the Xperia Neo L include a 4" FWVGA display, single-core 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. Things don't get any more impressive in the internal memory department with a low 1GB of built-in storage but there is a microSD card slot for expansion. Cameras come in the form of a 5mp on the back and a VGA webam on the front. In terms of connectivity the Chinese version offers HSPA support.
While it might not have a lot going for it under the hood it was one of the first Xperias to be revealed that comes with Android 4.0 pre-installed. Even the slightly better spec'd Xperia Go which was announced today can't boast this.
This week has already seen two new Sony Xperia devices announced for the worldwide market from the get go and it's not surprising that the company would want to add this one to the lineup as well, which should sit quite well alongside the Xperia Go.
There's no new information to be gathered from its appearance on the phone's international product, other than that it's "coming soon", and it really just confirms its modest specifications. Until there's an official announcement from Sony's way pricing and release details are a mystery though judging by its specs it isn't going to break the bank. Not only this but if the newly official Acro S and Go are anything to go by then it could be arriving in countries outside of China in Q3 this year.