The smartphone market us one of the most competitive markets in the world and only a few manufacturers make a significant impact. However, the likes of Sony wouldnt give up withiut a fight. The company is getting set to unveil a couple of smartphones next year and these are believed to be called Sony Xperia XA3, XA3 Ultra, and Xperia L3. These devices have been approved by the ECC and now, the FCC in the US has approved the Sony Xperia L3 which indicates that its launch is imminent.
According to the documents released by the FCC, the Xperia L3 comes with a diagonal length of 165.6 mm, which implies that the display is 5.73 inches (145.6 mm). The right side of this smartphone contains all the physical buttons which include the power button, fingerprint scanner, and the volume button. The left side contains only the SIM card slot. A diagram in the certification document depicts the outline of the phone. It can be said that this phone is still familiar with the Sony flavor: no notch, no full screen, huge chin, and the “thickness” of the top-bezel is quite massive. According to speculations, the Sony Xperia L3 will come with a rear dual-camera design. However, at a time when the full-screen display is a massive trend in the smartphone industry, these huge bezels will certainly not be appealing to many potential buyers.