Sony also announced the Xperia Z2 tablet at the MWV 2014 today, the biggest change again comes in the form of the screen, which is essentially a bigger 10.1-inch version of what you get with the Z2. That means it uses IPS for improved viewing angles, as well as the mobile Bravia engine, Triluminious display and Live Colour tech pilfered from Sony’s TVs.
At 6.4mm it certainly is slim, with a ‘barely there’ feeling that isn’t unlike what you get with a Kindle.
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The processing speed is covered off by a 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, which is the same as the one found in the Xperia Z2. 3GB of RAM keeps multi-tasking covered, while 4G LTE adds more connectivity options. Expect to get plenty of life from the device’s 6000 mAh battery.
Speakers have now been moved to the front of the device to stop you from blocking them with fingers while listening to music.