The upcoming android tablets from Sony are looking very interesting!
Recently in Tokyo, Sony has announced that they will be releasing not just one but two Android tablets. For now these tablets were not yet officially named, but code names were given as S1 and S2.
Accordingly, they will be part of the new “Sony Tablet” brand, which is really exciting! The S1 is a 9.4-inch tablet that has a strange rolled shape, which is supposed to make holding it easier. The S2 is a dual screen tablet with a pair of extra-wide 5.5-inch screen. The S1 will have a Tegra 2 processor, which means to say that it will be able to play HD content. It has got an IR port and will work well with Sony’s Bravia line of HDTVs. Also, the screen has a 1,280×800 resolution, with 512 MB or RAM and 36 GB of storage while on the S2, the two 1,024×480 displays can be used “together” as a large screen.
Both of these new tablets focus on Sony’s Qriocity platform, which combines music, video, and other services. While people are getting excited with the S1 and S2, still we will have to see how they compare to other tablets before we can say any further about them.
Sony hasn’t announced prices or a release date yet for the S1 and S2 tablets. But one thing is sure about it. Sony will not give you any opportunity to miss these anticipated gadgets. As we all know, big corporations in Japan like Sony are expected to double their effort as they are one of those who can help rebuild their recently devastated economy due to the 9.2 magnitude earthquake. For that, I’m just hoping that through these release, it can make an impact for Japan’s economy.