Sony Xperia Z 32GB Black Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Sony Xperia Z 32GB Black Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateApr 2013
Processor familyQualcomm
Processor modelAPQ8064
Processor frequency1.5 GHz
Processor cores4
Internal memory2 GB
Internal memory typeLPDDR2-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory2 GB
Display diagonal25.6 cm (10.1")
Display resolution1920 x 1200 pixels
Display technologyLCD
LED backlightYes
Aspect ratio16:10
Ports & interfaces
Combo headphone/mic portYes
USB 2.0 ports quantity1
Microphone inYes
SmartCard slotNo
Headphone outYes
DC-in jackYes
Weight & dimensions
Width266 mm
Depth172 mm
Height7.2 mm
Weight495 g
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.0
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Ethernet LANNo
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
Internal storage capacity32 GB
Card reader integratedYes
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash), microSDHC
Storage mediaFlash
Operating system installedAndroid
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)8.1 MP
Front cameraYes
Rear cameraYes
Rear camera resolution3288 x 2472 pixels
Video recordingYes
Front camera resolution (numeric)2.2 MP
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery recharge time6.5 h
Continuous video playback time9.8 h
Browsing time8 h
Form factorSlate
Product colourBlack
Position locationYes
Ambient light sensorYes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Electronic compassYes

Reviews of Sony Xperia Z 32GB Black
Reviewed on 2013-07-25
Sleek, ultra thin design, Extrmely lightweight, IP57 rating Dust resistant and waterproof, Decent display with good contrast and vivid colors
Below average battery life, Poor audio quality, No LED flash, Performance could be better, LTE edition is very expensive
To date, Sony's forays into the tablet market have been somewhat lackluster - the Tablet S , Tablet P and Xperia Tablet S all received rather lukewarm receptions - but its latest offering, the Xperia Tablet Z, may change Sony's fortunes. Riding on the coa...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-06
Android may have surpassed Apple's iOS as the dominant smartphone platform, but tablets equipped with Google's mobile operating system have yet to come close to the same level of success. Even with Samsung's seemingly never-ending supply of new devices, a...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-19
Screen is very large for the size of the tablet, Very light for its size, High resolution, Very good camera/video, Fast system speed, Consumer testers really liked the camera functionality
Limited connectivity options, Poor sound quality
The Sony Xperia tablet claimed to be the world's thinnest 10-inch tablet. It is also one of the only tablets that promises to be water resistant. While some of 10-inch tablets are too bulky to take on the road, this thin and light model is one of the few...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Wide viewing angles, Infrared blaster and remote apps easy to set up, Water-resistant, stylish design
Weedy charger, temperamental micro-USB port, Frustrating waterproof covers
It wasn't all that long ago that every month offered up yet another Android tablet for review. While Samsung is still producing plenty, the output of Google-powered slabs has generally slowed, replaced by a steady stream of Windows 8 / RT hardware often f...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-22
The new Apple iPad Air and the ultrathin waterproof Sony Xperia Tablet Z are arguably two of the best designed and premium slates currently on offer, so we are pitting them against each other to ease your choice.Apple's iPad series basically started th...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-04
The tablet market doesn't look very different than it did a year ago from the perspective of who's doing well and who's not. Perhaps the most exciting developments came towards the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013 from the usual big guys: Google released...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-09
Plus, it's quite apparent that Sony has listened to the feedback from their customers. To that effect Sony has included an improved 1920×1200 reality display that is powered by the Bravia Engine. This display is much brighter, sharper and colorful than th...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-10
Slick design and useful features make the Tablet Z Sony’s best yet — but is it worth the money?Let’s not mince words — in a market dominated by Apple’s iPad, any high-priced 10-inch Android tablet is a tough sell. Over the past year, the Android slates...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-01
Thin, light, and well-made, Waterproof tablets are awesome, Solid performance and battery life
Screens coloring is off, Everything goes haywire when really wet, $500 for an Android tablet is hard to justify
My habits have changed since then, but I miss all the reading time I once had. Which is why, when the waterproof Sony Xperia Tablet Z came into The Verge's office, I knew exactly how I needed to test the $499 slate. From the shower to the pool and everywh...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-25
Water-proof chassis for when accidents happen, Stays mostly true to the Android UI, Relatively long-lasting battery life, Beautiful, easy-to-read, and widescreen 1080p display, Extremely light
Many of the applications that Sony packaged are overkill, Comes with an older version of Android—and you never know when the next software update will be, Ugly, The camera takes awful pictures
Sony has a long history of producing handsome products, but the company has had some trouble gaining market share. According to analyst reports , it's been trailing behind most handset manufacturers, despite the launch of its Xperia Z and ZL smartphones. ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-24
Display is outstanding, with vivid colors,     Extremely thin and lightweight,     Snappy performance,     Waterproof and dust resistant
Doesn't currently run the latest version of Android,     Covers for ports seem flimsy and likely to break off,     $499 price a premium compared to alternatives like Nexus 10 or Kindle Fire HD,     Display doesn't match the pixel density of competi...
Sony's Xperia Tablet Z is the world's thinnest 101-inch tablet And it's waterproof for those who like to combine water activities with tablet stuff Image copyright SonyWhen it comes to mobile devices, I'm pretty solidly in the Apple camp Between iPods, iP...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-06
Incredibly thin and light, Vibrant, high-resolution screen, Comfortable to hold, Powerful processor & specs, MicroSD for more storage, Water and dust resistant
Runs older version of Android, Google Play store lacks tablet app selection of iPad, Interface can lag a little, $100 more expensive than Nexus 10
Sony has been in the tablet game for two years, and it hasn't had a lot of success. The first Xperia Tablet was, well, strange and pie-shaped, and it's sequel last year had so many hardware issues that it was recalled. But as the saying goes, third time i...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-05
Sony kicked this year off with a bang by launching two incredible smartphones — the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL. They've still got a few tricks up their sleeves though, as the Japanese company, after a few short delays, just launched the Sony Xperia Tablet Z a...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-05
Remarkably thin and light. Sharp and bright full-HD display. Fully waterproof. Blazing-fast performance. Built-in IR emitter for home theater remote control. MicroSD card slot and HDMI out through MHL.
Feels delicate. Slow, somewhat finicky charging. Mediocre battery life
With its latest flagship Xperia devices, Sony has carved out a foothold in the premium smartphone and tablet spaces with inspired designs and impressive performance. The Sony Xperia Tablet Z ($499.99 direct) looks like a stretched out version of the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-04
Crazy thin and light, superb display with rich colors and deep blacks. Has AV Remote
Design is clean but a little dull
twitter: @lisagade) Sony's Android tablets have always been well received, but they haven't come close to reaching Samsung's volume. Granted, they sell one model at a time, while Samsung has several, but we've always felt Sony needed a little somethi...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-03
Beautiful, thin, light hardware, Water-resistant and dust-proof, Colorful, adaptive display, FFC delivers solid video-calling experience, Tight integration with Sony products and services
Stock software lags periodically, Battery life could be better, Speakers could be louder, Android tablet ecosystem remains underwhelming,
For years, it's been tough to recommend a 10-inch Android tablet to almost any buyer out there. Google's platform is fantastic on smartphones and mid-sized tablets , and even finds reasonable utility on some cameras , but it's always struggled with the le...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-03
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z offers a refreshingly thin and light design, with great gaming performance, and a sharp screen. The MHL connection, impressive waterproofing, and expandable storage are notably appreciated extras
$500 for 16GB of storage is a heavy price hike compared with Sony's previous tablet entry, and the tablet's poor network performance and slow app loading cuts into its value. The low-light camera feature isn't as effective as a traditional flash
The Xperia Tablet Z is the thinnest and lightest large tablet I've yet held. A fact made somewhat more impressive given that Sony doesn't skimp physical features. An MHL connection, expandable storage, and two better-than-decent cameras -- tablets with...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-31
Amazingly thin and light design, Water resistant, Built-in remote control, Excellent battery life
A bit pricey for the specs, Tinny audio
Just in time for summer, Sony's Xperia Tablet Z has gone on a diet. This superlight 10-inch Android tablet weighs barely over a pound and is thinner than a pencil. Yet it's got a lot of muscle mass. Packed inside are a quad-core processor, a bright and cr...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-31
Sony has taken a real beating in recent years. Even after shedding the dead weight of the Ericsson joint venture, Sony has yet to find its stride. The Xperia Z smartphone was a valiant effort, but other OEMs are overshadowing that device as 2013 drags ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-23
Slimmest and lightest 10” tablet, Waterproof chassis, Fourspeaker system with virtual surround modes, Infrared sensor turns the tablet into remote control
Sony's interface overlay feels a bit sloppy at times
Sony's second shot at Xperia slate glory, the Tablet Z, undoubtedly combines the best design and entertainment features the company can muster. It somehow managed to make the thinnest and lightest Full HD 10-incher out there, and made the whole package...
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