There are numerous IT certifications which are spread all over the internet just for your convenience. In fact, most of the famous and globally recognized companies are offering certifications that could prove to be very beneficial for you. But wait, some of you might be wondering that how will you ever take your first step on this path towards excellence. Well, this is a question which many people have got. The reason is that most of the certifications provided are of a highly advanced level which you will not be able to cope up with. This raises the need for those certifications which are designed specifically for newcomers.
Many of the well-known vendors have looking into this matter deeply and realized that they should have some form of certification which is there to provide you with the basic training. Most of these vendors have also went as far to design a complete path that will take any IT person as a beginner and turn it into a professional. However, very few of those vendors provide you this facility. Now the main problem lies in finding those vendors.
Here’s another cool smartphone from Sony. Two years in, and the company appears to have hit a stride with its smartphone portfolio, churning out new Xperias on a consistent basis. And today is no different with the unveiling of the Xperia L, a mid- to low-end effort that places a heavy emphasis on the camera experience. Carrying on the Arc’s legacy, this 4.3-inch handset packs an FWVGA display, dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4, 1,700mAh battery, 8GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD), NFC and an 8-megapixel rear shooter with Exmor RS sensor into a conspicuously curved body rounded off with that signature Xperia power key.
Though it lacks the greater resolution and screen size of its 720p sibling the SP, this more budget-friendly device does enjoy an exclusive perk: HDR stills and video. A feature Sony’s included to make the L an attractive point-and-shoot option for budget-minded consumers concerned with style points and not LTE or raw performance. Unsurprisingly, it comes pre-loaded with a trio of Sony’s own media apps — Walkman, Movies and Album — a precedent it set at IFA last year.