Review Sony Xperia Z4 tablet Specifications and Feature


Review Sony Xperia Z4 tablet  Specifications and Feature

Review Sony Xperia Z4tablet  Specifications and Feature - I believe that Sony is trying to find the next step on Xperia devices for a while now. Many moves are without reason and end in a good or bad results. Sony’s trying to find itself once again. I am Sakis Karpas, you are Read SuperYour and this is Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet, an Android tablet that proves that the Japanese giant can deliver, only if it wants to.

A review unit reached the studio of SuperYour with no packaging, so we skip the unboxing part. First of all, its design is impressive.  It’s made mostly out of plastic, the back has a matte coating that prevents it from slipping and I couldn’t leave out the incredibly thin body of 6.1mm.  In combination with the plastic, we get a ridiculously light tablet of 393 grams.

Truly, the first time I held it, I thought it was a dummy device like the ones we see in the shop windows. It’s so thin and light, that I could scroll through web pages, holding it with one hand, an impossible feat with most 10.1 inch tablets.  Since we talk about dimensions, let me finish, saying that the height in portrait mode is 254mm and the width at 167mm.

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Z4 has mostly flat surfaces and a bit curved angles on the bezels, which help holding it.  On the sides we find the SIM slot (LTE model),  the classic Xperia metal power button, audio jack 3.5mm port for headphones, microSD card slot and the volume buttons.  The stereo speakers are on the left and right of the screen and I have to say that I was impressed by their performance.

They produce a rich and full sound, which I didn’t expect from a waterproof device.  To be more precise, it’s resistant to dust and water with a IP65 and IP68 rating,  which means you can get it wet, but not submerge it for long periods of time. On the front there is a 5.1MP camera and on the back a 8.1MP one. Given this is a tablet, both cameras are decent, with beautiful pictures  and Full HD video, HDR, really good image stabilization, but no flash.

The screen of Z4 is, in my opinion, its strongest spot. It has a 10.1 inch IPS LCD display of 2K (2560x1600pixels) resolution and a pixel density of 299ppi.  The display has beautiful, natural and vivid colors with great contrast, incredible sharpness and really good lighting.  The viewing experience on videos, movies or series is really astounding.

Inside we find Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810,  which houses two quad-core processors on 1.5GHz and 2.0GHz and Adreno 430 on graphics. It’s one of the fastest CPUs on the market and fulfilled my every need, light or heavy duty like gaming.  My only complaint is the excessive heat, but with a big surface to distribute heat,  it’s not as annoying as it is with Xperia Z3+, which you will see on a next episode.

On RAM we find 3GB and 32GB on storage, which can be extended via microSD up to 128GB. The battery has a capacity of 6.000mAh, it charges in about 4 hours  and it can last easily up to two full days, even with heavy usage. On software we find Android 5.0 Lollipop.  Sony had enough things added that I thought it would reduce performance, but it didn’t.

It’s fast, full and rich and provides a smooth experience.  I tried to find important shortages or failures but with no luck. Overall, Z4 impressed me more than I thought it could. Sony hadn’t impressed me with a mobile device for a long time. The tablet is beautiful, so light and comfortable to use,  extremely fast and capable for many things, suitable for a casual user and a professional one.

But it is expensive, at €600 for the Wi-Fi model and €700 for the LTE one. If you have the budget and you are willing to spend it on a tablet, you will not be disappointed.  That’s all for now. I’ll catch you up on SuperYour