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Sony XPERIA EDGE TABrelease date and price
The Sony XPERIA EDGE TABwill probably launch in or around September 2018, given that the Sony Xperia XZ1 landed in September 2017 and the Sony Xperia XZ was announced in September 2016. However, that’s just a guess for now, as there aren’t any actual release date rumors yet.
There also aren’t any price rumors yet, but we can take a guess there too, as the Sony XPERIA EDGE TABis likely to cost at least as much as the Xperia XZ1, a phone which started at $699.99/£599 (around AU$900).
Sony XPERIA EDGE TABnews and rumors
There aren’t many Sony XPERIA EDGE TABrumors yet, but a company exec has said that a completely new design is in the works for a new generation of products.
The XZ2 wasn’t named, but it would make sense for Sony to debut its new smartphone design on a flagship, so there’s a good chance the XPERIA EDGE 2 will ditch the blocky design currently used by Sony’s phones.
And we might have seen what that design will look like, as leaked renders supposedly show off two upcoming Sony phones.
Neither phone is named, but it's possible that one (likely the more rounded one) is the Sony XPERIA EDGE 2, while the other might be the Sony Xperia XZ Premium 2.
You can see that the rounded phone has a dual-lens camera, a metal back, a rear facing fingerprint scanner and small bezels.
However, we've since seen another image which mentions the Sony XPERIA EDGE TABspecifically and looks different. This one, pictured below, has a more angular design and even smaller bezels, but the low quality and lack of information on the source makes us skeptical of it.
3. A better camera
Sony's Xperia XZ1 camera could use some low light improvements
The Xperia XZ1’s camera is good in daylight, but it struggles when the lighting conditions aren’t so good. Not only is there room for improvement in general, but also compared to rivals like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
We don’t need a dual-lens snapper – though nor would we say no to one – but hopefully with the XPERIA EDGE 2 Sony will have polished the basics and deliver a camera that can take quality low light shots.
4. A battery boost
The Sony Xperia XZ1 isn’t exactly crying out for a longer lasting battery, but it would still help. The phone can last a full day, but in our tests we found that if you use it a lot or for demanding tasks such as games you’ll be charging it before bed, and it never stretches to two days.
Sony’s phones often have a decent amount of stamina and given the 2,700mAh size of the battery in the XZ1 it doesn’t do a bad job, but a bigger battery and further optimizations in the XPERIA EDGE 2 could really boost performance.
5. Improvements to 3D Creator
3D Creator was one of the big new additions for the Sony Xperia XZ1. It uses the camera to create a 3D scan of any object you want, letting you share the result or even print a 3D model of it using a 3D printer.
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