Sony has given the tablet world a very good competition. it has set really high bars when it comes to tablet hardware with it Xperia Tablet Z. The company announced the tablet in Japan in late January. It was exclusive to Japan for some time, but recently at the Mobile World Congress event, the company made the announcement of the world wide availability of the tablet. So that is a good news. But what’s even better is that the tablet is getting LTE support starting March 22nd, but only in Japan for now.
The company has been able to put some really good hardware in its flagship devices, the Sony Xperia Z smart phone and the Sony Xperia Tablet Z tablet. And to make thing interesting, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z could possibly be the slimmest Android tablet in the world right now at just 6.9 mm thin, or thick.
This awesome shiny tablet comes with a big 10.1 inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. It packs 1.5 GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 4 Pro processor with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal user storage space. It has a pretty good 8.1 mega pixel camera on the back. The tablet has a lot of options when it comes to connectivity. The list includes, NFC, MicroSD card slot, Blutooth, 4G LTE, and much more. And the new old thing in fashion, IR blaster, is also on the list. To power all this, the tablet has a 6,000 mAh battery under the hood.
If you live in Japan and are interested to get your hands on the new LTE version of the tablet, you can start booking it on the 9th of this month, that is tomorrow. NTT DoCoMo will be taking the pre orders and the tablet will be released officially on March 22nd. And this could just be anybody’s choice for a 10.1 inch LTE enabled Android tablet. But for that, the LTE version needs to go on sale world wide.
Source: Into Mobile