Sony Xperia Tablet Z3 (SGP621): Forthcoming Tablet Spotted on Indonesian Postel Site

By Anuj

    Japanese electronics giant Sony has always been good at producing the best hardware in the business. Although the company is a popular name in the handset market, but the same cannot be said about tablets.

    Like many other company producing and marketing Android tablets, Sony failed to capture consumer sentiments. Its latest tablet, the Tablet Z2, has been somewhat neglected by the mainstream media, in favor of Samsung's Galaxy Tab S series.

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    Sony Xperia Tablet Z3 (SGP621): Forthcoming Tablet Spotted Online

     

    Despite all odds Sony will remain committed and focused on churning tablets for potential consumers. Looks like the sequel to the Xperia Tablet Z2 could be unveiled later in the year.

    If all goes well as per plan, Sony may announce the supposed Xperia Tablet Z3 at this year's IFA tech show, alongside other showstoppers, including the Xperia Z3 and the Xperia Z3 Compact.

    It is learnt that a model number SGP621 is being traded around through Indonesia. If the code number of the Xperia Tablet Z2 is SGP521; the latest listings showing a model number SGP621 could be right on the money. This might be the upcoming Xperia Z3 tablet.

    So far there have been no leaks surrounding the sequel to the Xperia Tablet Z2. Reportedly the Xperia Tablet Z3 is expected to flaunt an 8-inch display, instead of regular 10.1-inch FHD screen.

    Even though exact specifications of the upcoming tablet are missing, we do believe that Sony has something new to show off at the annual IFA tech show next month.

    Source - Xperia Blog, Postel

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