Sony has officially announced two tablets Android, Sony S1 and S2, which are certified by Sony PlayStation games to run classic PlayStation Suite. Both tablets are the first Sony device that will run on the Android OS 3.0.
The Sony S1 has a 9.4 inch touch screen and camera both in the back and in front, while the Sony S2 comes with two 5.5-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1024 x 480 pixels each, and foldable design.
These tablets are powered by a Sony dual-core processor 2 Nvidia Tegra SoC, integrated WiFi, DLNA compatibility, and connectivity 3G/4G. Both offer access to music and video services.
According to another source, the Sony S1 will retail for $ 600, while Sony S2 would cost $ 700.