Here comes an alternate section to the agenda of Mobile World Congress (MWC) upgrades. Sony is relied upon to start the Tablet Z2 at MWC and its asserted details have showed up on the Internet,
Consistent with @evleaks, the Xperia Tablet Z2, much like Sony's other lead units, will be waterproof. It will wear a 10.1-inch Triluminos WUXGA (1920×1200) screen on a form 6.4mm thick. Controlling it could be a Snapdragon 800 quad-center processor running at 2.3ghz, upheld by 3gb of RAM and a 6,000mah electric cell. It will run on Android 4.4 Kitkat out of the container, while 16gb of inner memory and microsd card will deal with the space. A 8-megapixel essential Polaroid and a 2-megapixel unit in advance may make it to the tablet.
Resembles the Tablet Z2, at 6.4mm, will be the slimmest tablet, surpassing a year ago Sony Tablet Z (6.9mm thick). Specs-wise, the Tablet Z2 is better as well. With a 2.3ghz Snapdragon 800 quad-center processor, it surely looks superior to Tablet Z's 1.5ghz Snapdragon S4. Tablet Z2 gets an alternate gig of RAM (3gb as contrasted with Tablet Z's 2gb) as well. Polaroid remains unaltered despite the fact that provided for its running Android 4.4, there could be a change over Tablet Z, which runs on Jelly Bean. The screen size, space limit, and strength on the more seasoned Tablet Z seem, by all accounts, to be very nearly the same as Tablet Z2′s specs said above.
Sony is likewise anticipated that will start the Xperia Tablet Z2 "Sirius" and Xperia G cell phones at MWC.