MWC: Sony reveals Z4 tablet and Xperia M4

This morning at Mobile World Congress, Sony unveiled the latest edition to its tablet family, the new Xperia Z4 10.1-inch slate.
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MWC: Sony reveals Z4 tablet and Xperia M4

NEW TABLET AND SMARTPHONE UNVEILED BY SONY

This morning at Mobile World Congress, Sony unveiled the latest edition to its tablet family, the new Xperia Z4 10.1-inch slate. It’s not just remarkably thin and light, it also packs a fantastic retina screen and it’s waterproof, too.

This morning atMobile World Congress, Sony unveiled the latest edition to its tablet family, the new Xperia Z4 10.1-inch slate. It’s not just remarkably thin and light, it also packs a fantastic retina screen and it’s waterproof, too.

And while the new Sony Xperia Z4 still remains under wraps, there was another addition to the Xperia family. The new, budget-conscious, super-thin Xperia M4 Aqua. It’s a 5-inch plastic smartphone that’s packed full of some great tech, including a Snapdragon 615 processor, 13MP camera, LTE, 2GB RAM, and a bigbattery (2,400mAh) capable of two days without charge.

It shares a lot of its looks with the immensely popular Xperia Z3, which is definitely a virtue, as we we love the design.

Speaking of design, Sony is very good at creating products that bothhardy and able to survive under water.And, it does sowithout having to plug up all the ports.

The big question now is that of Sony’s next flagship. The Japanese manufacturer normally releases a new smartphone every six months, and with the Xperia Z3 being uncovered last September, it’s about time for a new iteration.

There has been a lot of speculationas to what will be included on the new phone, but Sony is keeping very tight-lipped about the whole thing. You can be sure that’ll we’ll let you know as soon as we do.

If you like the sound of the brand new Xperia M4, it will available from Carphone Warehouse in black, white, and exclusively, coral (pictured above), towards the end of Spring.

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