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The Sony Xperia Tablet Z2 leaks: 10.1 inches at 1920×1200, 6000 mAh battery and Kit Kat

It has already been a year since the announcement of the Xperia Tablet Z (to which the photos in this article belong), so we were clear that if I was going to have a successor, it had to appear during these days. Due to Sony's complicated situation, there was no guarantee that it really would be, but fortunately the rumors and leaks are already confirming that yes, we will have an Xperia Tablet Z2.

The original Xperia Tablet Z left us with a very good taste, thanks to some features that we had not seen before on a tablet like water and dust resistance, maintaining fineness and manufacturing quality to which the Japanese giant is accustomed to us in its smartphones. Although some shortcomings and a somewhat bulky price made it could not directly face the best-selling models of 2013; However, its sales performance should not have been bad, since Sony has recently gotten rid of its laptops division to focus on smartphones and tablets.

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<p>The Xperia Tablet Z2, if so called, would follow the path of its predecessor with a fairly powerful processor, in this case or<strong>n Snapdragon 800 quad-core at 2.3 Ghz</strong>; It would be accompanied by 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage, plus a MicroSD card slot.</p>
<p>The screen maintains the prominence, with its <strong>10.1 inches and a resolution of 1920 × 1200 and Triluminos technology</strong>. The cameras would be an 8MP rear and a 2MP front. A 6000 mAh battery would ensure that we can enjoy it for a while despite the power of its hardware and its display.</p>
<p>In spite of everything, the Xperia Tablet Z2 will continue the path of its predecessor with a thickness of just 6.4 mm, and of course it would also be waterproof. In the software section, I would already have Android 4.4 Kit Kat.</p>
<p>Source | @evleaks</p>