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The Xperia tablet Z2 made official at MWC 2014

Feb 24 2014, 6:45am CST | by , in News | MWC

The Xperia tablet Z2 made official at WC 2014
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Sony's new tablet Z2 will have a Wi-Fi only and an LTE version

The MWC 2014 has kicked off today in Barcelona and has unveiled the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet on official terms. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor Tablet Z, this one too is going to be water and dust resistant and not to forget the scratch-proof glass panels. The Tablet Z2 features a 10.1" Full HD display with a 1920 x 1200px resolution. The display has been packed with the latest Sony display technologies which include the Triluminos display with Live Color LED plus X-Reality mobile picture engine.

The tablet houses inside a Snapdragon 800 chipset and features four Krait 400 cores which run at 2.3GHz. Talking of the internal details, everything seems to be going good for the Xperia Z2 with Adreno 330 graphics and a more than sufficient RAM of 3 GB and 16 GB for the internal storage which is expandable through the micro SD. Similar to some other features, the camera setup is also somewhat similar to the Xperia tablet Z.

There is an 8.1MP rear camera and 2 MP for the front camera and the difference lies in the up gradation of the rear sensor which has now moved to the latest Exmor RS. Video recording and HDR capturing is supported by both the cameras (front and rear).

 

There is an LTE version of the tablet as well along with a Wi-Fi one and apart from that the connectivity features will include NFC, GPS with GLONASS, Bluetooth 4.0, IR emitter and microUSB 2.0 with MHL 3.0 support. The tablet, running on the Android 4.4 KitKat, is available in black and white colors and while we have no clue about the pricing, we do know that the shelves will start stocking the device by next month.

 

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