Sony S2 Tablet is the Tablet P, Specs Continue to Leak

 

 

 

More specs have recently leaked about the upcoming Sony Tablet S and the codenamed Sony S2 which are expected to launch next month. The S2 will launch as the Sony Tablet P, the dual 5.5″ screened clamshell will weigh 370 grams, have 512Mb RAM, 4GB of storage with a 2GB SD card and connectivity over 4G or WiFi. Both the Tablet P and Tablet S will use Nvidia’s Tegra 2 processor and have 0.3MP front-facing cameras. The Tablet S will weigh 600g, have 1GB of RAM and come in 16GB or 32GB flavours. No word on price or exact shipping dates, but it shouldn’t be too much longer before they’re known.

What do you guys think of the two tablets and their respective specs? Do you think the Tablet P will flourish or flounder with it’s unconventional design? Let us know below!

 

Source: Engadget

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5 Comments

  1. ffff
    August 29, 23:34 Reply

    The only spec that matters is the price. Tablets have to be at least $100 under the iPad price.

  2. ffff
    August 29, 23:34 Reply

    The only spec that matters is the price. Tablets have to be at least $100 under the iPad price.

  3. Jonesyfruit
    August 30, 00:55 Reply

    I am thinking, wishing really, the Tablet P to be a near perfect writing tool for travelers. I do not personally enjoy writing on the tablet out in the wild so far. It does not quite get cozy in your lap and holding it up is not desirable. But, having one screen set for keys another as text could be sweet, folded to your lap while sitting cross-legged atop a cliff. Curious about the gaming potential as well, if the bottom screen will become the “controller.”¬†

  4. stingraze
    August 31, 01:07 Reply

    I wish Sony didn’t change the name of S2 to Sony Tablet P, but still I would definitely buy the Sony Tablet P. :D I mean, it looks so amazing!

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