Refusing to be dominated by the tech giants, Sony also breezes in with their new tablet – Xperia Z. As per the reports, Xperia–Z owes not only its name, but also its basic features to its ancestor Xperia–Z Smartphones. Sony's new Xperia Z tablet, introduced in the CES 2013 (Consumer Electronics Show), proved that they are also fuelling up to join the long race in the world of smart-phoning.
The specifications expected from the new offspring of Sony is mind blowing. It will be having a 10.1 inch screen, 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor and 2GB RAM. The screen will be displaying 1920×1080 resolution i.e., HD quality. Adding extra charm to it, the list continues with 32 GB internal storage memory, 8.1 mega pixel rear camera and 2.2 MP front facing camera. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, compatibility for LTE networks, Blue tooth 4.0 and NFC (Near Field Communication) are added advantages of new Xperia Z. In terms of wireless connectivity, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n is expected.
Yet another catchy feature of Xperia, which is gonna steal the hearts of those who work beyond the four walls is the fact that it will be waterproof and dust proof. The tablet will be using a dynamic 6000mAh battery.
Reports says that Sony Xperia Z tablets will embrace the design of its forerunner Xperia Z Smartphone. It will be as thinner as Xperia Z Smartphone.
Nothing has been specified about whether Sony will use their Bravia Engine Technology in this tablet also. But experts are not keeping the chances of it away as it has brought much of appreciations to the Smart phone version.
If these expected specs are to be put in to reality, the android lovers are sure to have one more choice added to their choice list. It is believed that the upcoming Sony tablet will be released in Japan first, during the second-half of 2013. By that time, hopefully, the other tech giants will also join the race to meet up with their new found powerful foe, making the decisions of customers tougher than ever.
Coping up with the competition, Sony also steps into the market of Tablets.
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