Earlier this month, we mentioned that Sony was about to release S1 Honeycomb tablet this summer and guess what, Sony has just announced officially about the S1 and S2 tablets which as predicted will be running Android 3.0 OS. Both the Sony S1 and S2 tablets are entirely different in appearance and their main specifications and features have been highlighted below.
As predicted, the Sony S1 Honeycomb tablet will be having a 9.4 inch screen and powered by a 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. It has HD video playback capabilities. Other features of Sony S1 Honeycomb tablet include DLNA support, IR port, Playstation Suite games support, 32GB internal memory, 512MB RAM etc.
On the other hand, the Sony S2 Honeycomb tablet sports dual-screens each measuring 5.5 inch. The two screens collectively will allow this device to have a display resolution of 1024×480. Both the screens can be used for browsing web pages, or one can be used to preview and the other as touch screen keyboard. Both the Sony Android 3.0 tablets are based on Sony’s Qriocity platform integrated with music, video, ebook and other such services.
There is not much information available for these two Sony tablets. There was also no price and availability information available about the Sony S1 and Sony S2 Honeycomb tablet at the time of writing.
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