Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet
Sony is one of the few companies that successfully rode the Android wave, and at the same time gained traction for their flagship devices increasingly. The last time we knew this was true was when they consistently launched better and improved versions of the Xperia series of phones and tablets with wonderful design, well thought-out built and high powered machines. We hope that the next in line, wouldn’t do any other way.
Rumored to be launched with a lighter, leaner, sleeker and graceful built of the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet; this newest member of the family is pegged to be anything but a misfit to the clan’s honorable history. To add, it is also being built tougher as well as dust and water resistant. With a resolution as sharp as 2560 p X 1600 p, on the 10.1 inch screen, the visuals would be a treat worth waiting for, investing into and thoroughly enjoying.
Xperia Z4 is scheduled to be launched no later than September 2015; possibly between 4th and 9th September. It might be around the same time when we’d see the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 launch in the market. Supporting and supported by Sony’s other lines of business, the Xperia Z4 Tablet is likely going to be better than most others in the competitive price range in creating flawless audio, visual and creative experience for the user.
Further, it is speculated that the tablet would be taking on Apple’s iPad Air 2, with an outstanding design and specification list. Here are some things we could expect from it.
Super sleek design: Sony’s waited almost a year this time, unlike any previous launches (with bi-annual releases), and is known to be working on a much slimmer design. It is also estimated that the weight of the tablet would be much lesser, competing with Apple’s claim of 437g
Effective processing: Sony isn’t leaving any stone unturned when it comes to providing extreme processing devices. The Z4 would mostly have an Octacore processor from Qualcomm, or better. It would also likely feature a 3GB RAM.
Better battery performance: With specifications as cool as these, it would be great let down if the battery support fails to live up to basic standards. It is actually the biggest deal to improve battery performance, and we believe for the Sony Xperia Z4 tablet, great battery life is definitely on the cards. We would say a minimum of 12 hours backup, but we really got to watch and see for the actual one.
Bluetooth Keyboard: This is by far the most exciting feature we’re expecting to see in the tablet – a compatible, Bluetooth keyboard with dedicated short keys and a quick launch menu for important applications.
With all said and done, the Xperia Z4 Tablet seems like it has too many things we’re waiting to see. At this point however, we can only wait for the launch and hope that Sony keeps up its promises of excellent features this time around too.
Picture courtesy- notebookcheck.net
by techtalks @TechTalks March 16, 2015 11:59 AM UTC