Sony Xperia Z2 – the Perfect Tab

Posted on 13 March 2014 Tags: Feature, Mobile Gizmos

When it comes to sheer elegance and sleekness, Apple’s iPad Air takes the spotlight. But if you accidentally drop it into a bathtub, it will quickly turn into an inoperative and useless slab, wont it?

And this is exactly where Sony’s Xperia Z2 tab excels. Not only does it possess an awe-inspiring design, but is also completely waterproof (an impeccable combination). This model is the replacement/upgrade of the existing Xperia Tablet Z. Here are some features that make the Xperia Z2 tab such an incredible piece of technology:

Hardware Configuration and Features

In order for a tablet to be successful, it must possess an advanced hardware configuration and this is exactly what Sony has done. This tab comes with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor (2.3GHz) and 3GB RAM. So as far as performance is concerned, the Xperia Z2 delivers a swift and smooth user experience.
In addition, it features the latest android OS i.e. KitKat 4.4.2. You will also see a number of Sony additions such as video and music streaming services, PlayStation Mobile store, etc. Gamers will be delighted to know that this tab gives the option of attaching your PS3 controller to play games.


This tab comes with a stunningly clear and glossy 10.1-inch full HD screen and a display resolution of 1920×1200 pixels. So be it gaming, web browsing or watching movies, the Xperia Z2 delivers an unparalleled performance level.


If there’s a tab that can truly compete with the iPad Air (design-wise), it’s this one. As said earlier, the Xperia Z2 flaunts a beautiful, sleek and light body. It is only 6.4mm thick and weighs approximately 426g. The front design is pretty similar to the previous model, i.e. a glass and button-free front. The backside is made of matte black plastic, with little Sony branding in the centre.

This model is expected to hit the market on the 1st of April with a starting price of £545 in the UK. So keep your eyes open!

Photo courtesy of Sony

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