Sony S1 and S2 Tablets with Android 3.0 Gingerbread

Sony S1 and S2 Tablets
Sony will be joining the tablet business with its two new Gingerbread tablets, they are the Sony S1 and S2 Tablets which was announced a few days ago by the company. This will be a first time project for the company, both devices are expected to deliver a good combination of hardware and networking. The Sony S1 Tablet will bring a 9.4-inch display with a curved wrap design that resembles a folded magazine plus it gets both a rear-facing and front cameras. The S2 on the other hand features dual-screens with both measuring 5.5-inch with a 1024×480 resolution, kinda reminds us of the Echo Smartphone just released by Kyocera. Regarding performance the S1 packs a Tegra 2 SoC with a customized touch panel UI and the S2 also gets powered by a Tegra 2 SoC with a custom book-style UI layout. Sony says the S1 can be used as a remote control for Sony devices, both tablets are PlayStation Certified and will also bring other noteworthy specifications including DLNA media sharing, WiFi and 3G/4G connectivity. They are both expected to be launched this fall at a price of $599 and $699, respectively.

Sony S1 and S2 Press Shots:
Sony S1 Android Tablet

Sony S2 Dual-Screen Tablet

Sony S1 and S2 First Look:

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