• Sony Xperia L1 User Guide / Manual

    By Josh , June 23, 2017 - Leave a comment

    Sony Xperia L1 In HandThe Sony Xperia L1 matches high-quality industrial design with an affordable price tag. Alongside several emerging brands and the longstanding Moto G range, there is a lot of competition at this price point.

    Sony are looking to win over customers with a large 5.5″ display and their own camera technology. The 13 MP main camera is sure to win out over many other phones in this tier.

    As cheaper phones go, there is also improved sound quality from the stereo speakers and Sony audio enhancements. Perfect if you are looking to stream video or other media content on the phone.

    Priced at £169.99 with 16GB of internal storage, there are several colour options to choose from. Clove supply SIM-Free unlocked models for us on any network.

    Want to know before you buy? Below you can find the digital version of the Sony Xperia L1 user manual. If you would like a printed version, please click here.

    Sony Xperia L1 User Guide

    Hopefully the user manual will answer any of the outstanding questions that you have about the device. If anything isn’t covered, or you have questions, please feel free to ask in the comments or to contact our sales team.

    Sony Xperia L1 User Guide Printing

    Josh

    Josh joined Clove part time a few years ago whilst studying Computing at Bournemouth University. Since finishing his studies he has remained at Clove in a full time position, involved in sales, returns and social media.

    Involved with both consumer electronics and software since the mid 2000s, keeping up to date with industry developments is as much a hobby as it is a job.

    Easy going but never afraid to share an opinion, Josh can often be found in his spare time listening to some heavy rock or at a local gig as well as playing with the latest gadgets and video games.

    Comments

  • Is it possible to message ‘groups’ or ‘all’? I can’t find any reference to this in the user guide.

    • Hello Hugh, the standard messaging app on the phone will let you message multiple recipients, although you have to select them one by one. I do not think you can select ‘all’. Once a message is sent to multiple recipients, they will act as a ‘group’. A conversation within that group will then be threaded together.

      You can of course also download any one of thousands of SMS / text messaging applications from the Play Store which may have an interface or features better suited to your needs.

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