Sony's XPERIA range of Android devices includes large screen smartphones, phablets and tablets. With the release of the Sony XPERIA Z3 Tablet Compact, his attention is now focused on the 8-inch market. It captures Sony's mobile essence of recent years, but does not have the finishing touches. That is, there are no disappointments lurking in the background.
A familiar Design:
Unlike the XPERIA Z3 Compact smartphone, which would like to add a little more depth to get more volume (and more battery life), the Sony XPERIA Z3 Tablet Compact has been made thin and lightweight. At just 6.4mm, the Z3 Tablet Compact is 1.1mm thinner than the iPad Mini 2, which is the obvious comparison? Thanks to the screen ratio, the Z3 tablet is a bit more mailbox than the iPad Mini. It's relatively comfortable, but if you spend some time with the iPad Mini, it will feel a bit restrictive. Of course, if you use the tablet for many videos, the dimensions of Hollywood spectacles and modern television presented in HD will be much easier. This is done with a lot of plastic in the construction, which is particularly noticeable on the back of the device. The edges are metallic, with plastic buffers at the corner to absorb drops and reach a limited extent if the tablet overheats.
It sticks to Sony's Omni-Balance design credentials and is clearly in the family of other XPERIA phones. Given the size of the tablet, the Omni-Balance language works better with the tablet – provided it has curved edges, the maximum screen area and a decent back of the tablet, making it feel secure (or at least as secure as any tablet can be .
Top of the range with some future proof in the specifications:
As expected, the XPERIA Z3 Tablet Compact is another Android handset with the Snapdragon family from Qualcomm. With a 2.5GHz quad-core 801 processor and 3GB of RAM, the tablet is no problem and should be able to handle most tasks, and it's a dream to play rich games and graphic experiences. The clock rate is slightly lower than the ultimate performance, but this helps maintain battery life. With the inclusion of 3GB of RAM (and a microSD slot for further expansion), the Z3 Tablet Compact remains relevant and future-proof for at least a year, probably two. The tablet also continues Sony's tradition of making its hardware watertight and dustproof – in this case IP68 certification level.
One step behind the rest with the screen:
A look at the Android assortment from Sony shows that the Japanese company has never taken any risks or seriously attacked the display. With other manufacturers pushing for larger, higher resolution screens, Sony has always lagged a step or two behind. The same approach is shown here with the Z3 tablet. At 1920×1200, the screen will display HD video, but for tablets with the most pixels, no points will be awarded. As always, Sony relies on bold colors, deep blacks and proprietary graphics processing technology to make up for the backlog. The Z3 tablet certainly shows its colors well, though it feels a bit ‘poppy' when looking at natural pictures.
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