The Sony Xperia introduced a new version Tablet S in Berlin. It created with Highly Defined Integrated Software with Android 4.0.3 Operating system and iconic folded-book design.
The new Tabulate S is significantly thinner than its predecessor – almost 10mm less at its thickest point – and this goes hand in hand with a 30 gram drop in weight, making the 570g slate very easy to hold, even in one hand.
The aluminium body provides the Xperia Tablet S with a solid build quality, which feels more premiums in the hand than other Android tablets, and makes it a smart looking device.
Sony has added its Xperia user interface design to a tablet for the first time, bringing it in line with its wide range of Xperia smartphones – creating a clear and attractive brand style across all its mobile devices.
Inside the Sony Xperia Tablet S packs the impressive Tegra 3 quad-core processor, clocked at 1.4GHz and backed up by 1GB of RAM. There will also be 16GB, 32GB and 64GB variants of the tablets, with availability differing depending on which region you’re in.