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The upcoming Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra and Xperia L2 seem to have one very notable thing in common: a rear-mounted fingerprint reader.
While it costs less to buy an Xperia L1 in the US, the price gap between this phone and the XA1 in Europe is much reduced.
Sony's "premium standard" smartphone line is apparently dead and buried, X Compact included, with two more high-enders instead in the works.
Officially priced at $199.99 unlocked, the Sony Xperia L1 doesn't have a lot going aside from pre-loaded Android 7.0 software and an attractive design.
Why does the Sony Xperia L1 exist? Hopefully, to hook up the company's most cash-strapped fans with Nougaty software goodies.