Sony has recently talked a little bit about new devices that are about to hit the marketplace soon. The Sony Planning Board has confirmed that the company will be looking to get 4-inch, 5-inch and 10-inch devices developed over the coming months. The 4-inch model is likely to be a mini or smaller version of a smartphone with the same specs just a smaller display size. The 5-inch is also likely to be a smartphone, but the 10-inch device is what is surprising most of the consumers.
Another possible 10-inch tablet on the market would be a good thing and Sony is not likely to skimp on any details as we can see with the Xperia line of smartphones. So the speculation and analyzing has started and it begins with the possibility that Sony could be making the thinnest, lightest, 10-inch tablet on the market and it may be called as Xperia Tablet Z 2. Specs and details are a long way from being officially announced, but because so many devices get launched on a monthly basis, consumers can guess as to what they are going to see if the tablet is going to gain any attention at all.
The first thing is that it will have to be thin and lightweight; two options that we know Sony can take care of. From there, it should be running the Android Jelly Bean 4.3 software, have upgraded speakers and a better than average camera on the back side. The processor will most likely be one that is a quad-core model and it will be paired up with at least 2GB of RAM, although 3GB of RAM is starting to make its way around the rumor mill, so that is a possibility as well. If Sony is in fact bringing a 10-inch tablet to the market, it will be met with some fierce competition.
As of right now the 10-inch tablet market is getting more full and with devices like the popular iPad 4 and the upcoming iPad 5. The Nexus 10 was also released by Google and should have a second generation tablet coming out this year with a quad-core processor powering it. The ASUS Padfone 2 is another tablet in the 10-inch range that is competing with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. If the Sony Xperia Z Tablet has some high end specs when it arrives and the latest operating system, it could sell very well. If not, well, you know what happened to the Playbook from Blackberry.