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Sony Xperia Z2 and Xperia Castor tablet appear in the FCC

First of all, thanks to the data coming from the United States, we see how a smartphone with a model number PM-0740-BV It has passed FCC body certification. This terminal would correspond to the expected Sony Xperia Z2, the successor to the current top of the range of the Japanese company, from which we have already had more than one leak. Some of its most outstanding features are its screen, which would become 5.2 inches with a 4K resolution, its Snapdragon Qualcomm 800 MSM8974AB processor with 3 GB of RAM memory or its 20.7 megapixel camera that will improve the quality of its predecessor.

These technical specifications should be added connectivity with different LTE bands that has appeared in the FCC, which leaves the door open for an international model of the phone that is also compatible with the variety of US carriers.

A new tablet is also expected

With regard to the tablet sector, Sony launched its Sony Xperia Tablet Z in 2013 and since then, it has not presented any other novelty in terms of Android devices – the last announced were Sony Vaio tablets equipped with Windows 8.1 -. It is therefore time for a renewal in this sense, and it seems that it will arrive with the new Sony Xperia “Castor”, device codename.

The model number TM-0043-BV released in the United States is believed to correspond to such a tablet. This number adds two figures to the TM-0041-BV that appeared at the end of the year in Japan, which would translate into the American version of the tablet. The latest speculations speak of a launch of the new tablet model for the second quarter of the year in Japan, so it would not be surprising if the device It will also reach the rest of the countries next spring.

We hope to know all the details about the news that Sony has prepared for its new flagship devices at the next Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​which will be held from February 24.

Source: Ubergizmo