Sony may be late to the tablet game but it still wants to play and for that to happen it will start by releasing not one but two such devices, both powered by Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). Sony's first tablets are known as S1 and S2 (these are codenamed) and are set for a fall debut.
The S1 features a 9.4-inch touchscreen and an 'off-center of gravity form factor' while the S2 has a foldable design and two 5.5-inch touchscreen. The tablets have WiFi and 3G/4G connectivity, are equipped with a Tegra 2 SoC, will include access to the Qriocity music and video services and will be able to run PlayStation Suite games.
"'Sony Tablet’ delivers an entertainment experience where users can enjoy cloud-based services on-the-go at any time. We’re aiming to create a new lifestyle by integrating consumer hardware, including ‘Sony Tablet’ with content and network," said Kunimasa Suzuki, Corporate Executive, SVP, and Deputy President of Consumer Products & Services Group.
More details about the S1 and S2 should be provided closed to their actual release.


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