Sony Xperia L1 receives the November 2017 security patches

With a truly remarkable continuity, Sony has recently released a new software update for its range base, Xperia L1.

As already happened for other devices constantly supported by the manufacturer, in this case, we find the security patches updated to November 2017 and the firmware version that moves the build number from 43.0.A.5.79 to the latest release 43.0.A. 6.49.

Despite the Android distribution still remaining the same, Android Nougat 7.0, Sony continues to be a guarantee when it comes to security updates, even for the lower end terminals.

Released just under a year ago, Xperia L1 is a device with a 5.5 “display with HD resolution, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage with the possibility of expansion through microSD and SoC Mediatek MT6737T, available today at a price of just over € 120.

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