After a few attempts at cracking the tablet market that could only be described as quirky and eccentric, Sony seems ready to hit its first home run with the Xperia Tablet Z.
Out already in countries like India, Russia and Australia, Sony’s Xperia ZL is ready to take things to the next level. The North American level, that is, where only the mightiest can succeed.
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z was given the teardown treatment, at the hands of a “badass” Sony engineer, no less.
Companies like Sony, Lenovo, Huawei, and ZTE have placed orders with MediaTek for the company’s cost-effect quad-core MT6589 processor. Are low-cost 1080p quad-core smartphones from these manufacturers coming soon?
Sony has just released the LTE-enabled version of the Xperia Tablet Z through NTT DoCoMo in Japan.
Sony’s entry-level Jelly Bean smartphone, the Xperia E, which boasts a 3.5-inch HVGA display and a 1GHz processor, is now up for grabs in the UK for £130 unlocked.
Sony seems to have a really big hassle on its hands, with (way too) many Xperia Z users reporting their phones are suddenly and out of nowhere dropping dead.
Aside from making us face the first world problem of choosing between the very similar Xperia Z and ZL high-end devices, Sony has very recently made buying a budget new Xperia phone also difficult.
I know, you all want the almighty Xperia Z and feel like going for the ZL would mean making a compromise. But if you look closer at the ZL and decide it’s the very close next best thing, you’ll be psyched to hear the thing is due out in Canada on April 2.
You know how we’ve been looking for an Android-based “iPad killer” for the past couple of years only to find no 10-incher capable of dethroning the “enemy”? We’re not sure if we can call Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z the first real iPad killer yet, but it’s definitely close enough.