Display - Sony Does It Again
The display Sony has used on the Xperia Z2 Tablet is an impressive panel, but it falls short of what it could be. We're living in a world of QHD displays now, so the 10.1-inch 1920x1200 resolution doesn't feel as pixel heavy as it could be.
But, and that's a very big but, the display is still gorgeous. Sure, it's 'only' 1920x1200, but it's a damn beautiful 1200p display. The 10.1-inch 1200p display provides a pixel density of 224PPI, which isn't that high for today's standards. But the display is still gorgeous. It's super-sharp, has beautiful colors, and still pops.
Sony uses a few different methods to get there: Live Color LED technology and the Mobile Bravia Engine software that does its thing to provide a beautiful display.
Sony does a great job at keeping a distance with the UI, with it not being as intrusive as Samsung's splash over Android. Check out some screenshots of Sony's UI in action on the Xperia Tablet Z2, below.
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United States: The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet retails for $499.90 at Amazon.
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