With so many tablet devices announced this year, Sony just made an official announcement in Tokyo, Japan today that they are also developing their own tablet devices.
Codenamed S1 and S2, these Sony Tablets will run on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and will come in different target markets. S1 which will flaunt a 9.4-inch display is said to be optimized for rich media entertainment, while S2 is for both mobile communication and entertainment. The latter’s design features two 5.5-inch display that can be folded making it more portable. It actually reminds me of its smartphone look-a-like in the name of Kyocera Echo.
|Left: S1, Right: S2|
Sony says the two tablets will become available in the global markets comes fall 2011; however, no official announcement made regarding the full specs and features inside except for the Tegra 2 SoC that will power both tablets, its form-factor, and that it’s centered to leveraging several Sony services like Qriocity and the PlayStation Network. More on S1 and S2 tablets soon so just stay tuned for more updates. You may hit the trailer video after the break. [via]