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Sony Xperia Tablet Z shipping date delayed

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It has a been a very prosperous time for Sony, in terms of marketing and daily interest their flagship the Sony Xperia Tablet Z was able to keep up with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Apples I Pad. Originally we were expecting to get out hands on this new tablet sometime in mid April but unfortunately due to some unknown issues the shipping date has been delayed to late May. Now if you want this Tablet a little bit earlier you can go for Clove’s LTE-enabled version which will be in stock from May 20th for £499, the price is almost the same but you will get it on your hands a week earlier, though keep in mind that the LTE-enabled version of the Xperia Z tablet comes with 16 gigabytes of storage and no alternative versions yet.  On the other hand the 16 gigabyte Wi-Fi version will be available for £399 while the 64 gigabyte version will cost £449. As for the delay itself Sony has not commented about it yet , but some rumours suggest that this delay was caused due to component shortage and given the fact that the Sony Xperia Z tablet is supposed to be the world’s thinnest and lightest Android tablet it probably requires some premium material to be manufactured, not to mention the hardware is also very impressive featuring a 1.5ghz quad core Snapdragon S4 processor , 2 gigabytes of Ram, an 8 megapixel camera and of course the main attraction which is the 10 inch full HD display. The Sony Xperia Z tablet will sport Androids 4.1 Jelly Bean during the launch instead of the latest Android Jelly Bean 4.2, but Sony has promised that it will be receiving necessary upgrades once released.

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