Sony Teases Upcoming Xperia Device Ahead of IFA 2014

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    Japanese giant Sony has once again confirmed its plans to launch three new devices at IFA 2014. Not too long ago, the PlayStation 4 maker unveiled its official IFA 2014 teaser video to build hype ahead of Europe's biggest tech event. Today, Sony surprised us with a new teaser image but it seems hard to analyze the real story behind it.

    Going by the above image, a 6.4mm-thin device would be launched on Sep.3 in Berlin. Notably, the teaser image also hints at another dimension of an upcoming device: 124mm.  The third dimension is obviously missing. It is speculated that if the missing dimension is smaller than the 124mm, the device should be a smartphone.

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    Sony Teases Upcoming Xperia Device Ahead of IFA 2014

    And if the dimension is greater than 124mm, it might be a tablet. Again, the image itself is rather sketchy, so it's hard to judge the right device just one the basis of a teaser.

    As per the media hype, we're expecting three new devices to be showcased: the Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact and the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. The latter device - the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact have been leaked quite a number of times in the past week alone.

    The forthcoming tablet is expected to come with an 8.1-inch display, a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM among others. This very device will likely to give tough competition to Samsung Galaxy Tab S and the upcoming Google Nexus X.

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