We have seen our fair share of devices make their way through the hallowed hallways of the FCC nearly every single day, so why not add another to the long list with the Sony Xperia Neo L? Apparently, this particular low-end Xperia smartphone will come with a 4″ display, and will be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the process. It has been stripped down to the bare basics at the FCC, leaving you with the following details – there will not be any support for LTE or AWS connectivity, although it will carry the standard radios for EDGE / GPRS (850MHz, 1900MHz), GSM (850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz) and WCDMA (900MHz, 2100MHz). In layman’s terms, that would mean the Sony Xperia Neo L should be made available over at AT&T and T-Mobile if either carrier decides to offer this phone to the masses. Needless to say, this does seem to shape up to be an entry level/mid-range Android-powered smartphone.

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