Sony Xperia Tablet Tablets Price List in India February 2017
Latest Reviews for Sony Xperia Tablet
Great experience for using this device it has massive customized aaps and features I never use before. Dealing is good Processor god The tablet comes in two iterations, with 16GB and 32GB options ...Read more
- Rating : 4.3
- Review by Krunal Mahakalkar
- Date : 15, Nov 2016
sony tablets is one of the greatest tanlet i have ever seen in my life smooth design is also good battery also size also good ram is awesome processor is also awesome i love it in seeing this model ...Read more
- Rating : 3.5
- Review by Ajay Kapur
- Date : 21, Jun 2016
[Good] [Bad] [Good] It is a very good phone battery Design Graphics all are very good quality especially waterproof feature is best overall a trustable mobile to work properly and great design ND ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by Swapnil Pandya
- Date : 4, Jan 2016
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About Sony Xperia Tablet
Sony Xperia Tablet
The Xperia series of smartphones and tablets are designed and developed by Sony Corporation, which is among the world’s topmost companies in the field of consumer electronics products.
History of the Sony Xperia Tablet series
Sony announced the possibility of a tablet series in early 2011, and sometime in September, two models were formally released. These were the Sony S and the Sony P tablets that ran on Google’s tablet OS, Honeycomb.
Later in the following year, the Xperia Tablet S was released at the IFA in Berlin. It came with Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The next release was the Xperia Tablet Z at the MWC in 2013.
Popularity in India
Sony has always been perceived as a reputable brand in the Indian electronics market. It offers a range of products starting from televisions to cellphones and tablets. Even though it isn’t at the top of the market, it does feature among the topmost market share holders for most electronics products.
As for tablets, Sony hasn’t quite been up there. While a majority of the budget-conscious customers prefer medium and affordably priced offerings, the price tag of the Xperia tablets come across as a turn off.
Design of the Sony Xperia Tablet series
The Sony Xperia tablets straightaway have an eye-catching design. They are pretty stylish and maintain uniform thickness throughout. The edges are straight, unlike rounded edges that has been the norm for certain tablets from other competitors. Being lightweight also makes them pretty easy to hold in both, portrait and landscape modes. The front, along with the edges has some glossy plastic while the back boasts of matte finish.
The screen is of 10.1 inches, which is an increase over the initial 9.4 inch releases. A compact version of the tablet comes with an 8-inch screen. There is also a bezel around the screen that is about one inch wide.
These tablets are water-resistant and black is the only color option available.
Features of Sony Xperia tablets
The Xperia series of tablets are largely powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon or Krait line of processors. In the first released models, they were run by Nvidia Tegra processors. Along with this, the tablets also come with 1 to 3 GB of RAM. As for storage options, 32GB is the most prominent. However, there are also models that have 16/64GB options. An expandable card slot is also provided.
The tablets run Android OS’s Honeycomb, ICS, Jelly Bean, KitKat or Lollipop. Bloatware is also kept to a minimum by Sony.
Although tablets are generally blessed with average cameras, Sony Xperia tablets’ cameras do stand out. There are two cameras in every model. The present release (Xperia Tablet Z4) has an 8.1/5.1MP camera combination.
For connectivity, the Xperia tablets offer numerous options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, nano-SIM, 3G and 4G LTE (certain models), Wi-Fi Direct, GPS, Micro USB, MHL Out and more. A number of sensors are also present in these tablets to assist with daily usage.
The tablets also pack ample amount of battery in the form of a Li-Ion cell that is generally 4500mAh and higher.
Sony Xperia News
As of now, Sony has started to roll out the Android 5.1.1 update to Xperia Z tablets and a bunch of other smartphones.