A 10-inch 1080p display. Water resistance. Eight-megapixel Exmor RS camera. 4G LTE support. Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core. The Sony Xperia Tablet Z certainly seems to check all the relevant boxes for a high-end, big-screen Android tablet, while packing its impressive internals into a thin and light chassis. But Sony isn’t the first Android OEM to attempt to break into the large form factor tablet space, a section of the market dominated by Apple’s full-size iPad. Meanwhile smaller, cheaper Android tablets have achieved greater success than their full-sized, full-priced brethren.
So how does Sony’s super-thin 10-incher measure up? Check out our video walkthrough after the break. We’ll have a full review headed your way in the days ahead.