Sony Xperia Tablet S Rumors Update
Some time has been circulating some news from Sony which are expected to soon launch a new tablet claimed called the Sony Xperia Tablet S. Sony has officially announced this new tablet is in the exhibition Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA), Berlin, Germany, on Wednesday.
In terms of appearance, the Sony Xperia Tablet S is designed to be thinner. However, Sony still retains the distinctive design of the tablet, which is thicker on the back of the top. The unique design is like rolling up several pieces of magazine pages.
Sony Xperia S Tablet is expected to be equipped with Quad Core Nvidia Tegra 3 1.3 GHz, 1GB RAM, 9.4-inch screen 1.280×800 pixel resolution using IPS technology, and battery capacity to power 6.000mAh hold for 10 hours if used full constantly.
Besides, this new tablets will also be equipped with an 8 MegaPixel main camera and 1 MegaPixel front camera.
Connectivity provides an SD card slot, HDMI input, 3.5 mm audio jack, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for internet connection.
Currently Sony Xperia Tablet S running an operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but Sony promised to provide the operating system upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to optimize the default application.
The default application include Watch, which alter the function of the tablet as a TV remote. Armed with infrared sensors (IR), this tablet could be a universal remote control.
Then there Guest Mode, which allows users to create multiple user profiles. The point, to prohibit other users running a particular application. It really helps the parents to control the activities of children in using the tablet.
Sony also provides media storage service in the cloud server called PlayMemories, which reportedly can accommodate up to 5GB of data.
Sony Xperia Tablet S is available in a choice of internal memory. For the 16GB priced at $400, the 32GB version costs $500, and 64GB priced at $600.
There are also several models of accessories to help mobility users. Attracted the most attention is the tablet cover accessory that serves as a keyboard. Accessory cover can be folded to prop up the tablet in order to be in an upright position. There is also a dock accessory buffers include USB and HDMI ports.