Sony to launch a Tegra 3 powered Android 4.0 tablet?

Sony to launch a Tegra 3 powered Android 4.0 tablet?

I personally believe that Sony is one of the most elegant brands in the world. For example, their hardware quality and unique products are superb. They recently launched the Sony Tablet P, which is the first tablet with a folding dual-screen display. One of Sony’s downsides though, is that their devices are expensive. It seems that Sony is planning to launch a successor to Sony Tablet S, and it will feature a Tegra 3 processor along with Android 4.0. It was spotted in a NenaMark benchmark test entry with model number V150.

It’s reported that it will feature the same resolution as Sony Tablet S, 1280×800. The only major improvement seen when compared to Tablet S is the Tegra 3 processor and Android 4.0. It’s likely that the rest of the specs will be same. We’ll just have to wait for Sony to come out and clear the air.

Anyway, if Sony launches this tablet, are you going to purchase it? Tell us in the comment box below.

Source: Phandroid

 

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