Sony Xperia Tablet S Will Be In India In OctoberTablets — By Naveen Vaidhya on September 28, 2012 at 8:22 am
At IFA Berlin conference, Sony launched their Xperia Tablet S. This new Tablet S by Sony has been launched in number of regions, but yet hasn’t launched in India. According to the sources from Sony India, we came across the news that, Sony Xperia Tablet S is going to be rolled out in India on the month October. According to the company, this Tablet S is going to cost you for Rs. 25,000 and above for the starting version.
This Sony Xperia Tablet S has a better design. The company has redesigned the previous model and has given a better and a slimmer profile to this new tablet. Where, the display of this tablet is 9.4-inch with the IPS Opti Contrast display. The screen resolution of this tablet is 1280×800 pixels.
This tablet is consisting of a Google Android 4.0 ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS and because of this Sony tablet will be having a better user experience. Having a quad-core, Nvidia Tegra 3 processor allows the device to gives you a better processing speed. Whereas for having a better gaming experience, they have added a GeForce graphic card in it. One amazing thing about this tablet is that it is been certified by PlayStation, therefore this tablet will be giving you a better gaming experience than any other tablets and you can also have games from PlayStation Stores too.
The camera of this phone is really good. It has an 8 Mega Pixels rear camera installed in it and with 1 Mega Pixel camera on front for the purpose of video chatting. For better sound output, the tablet has provided you with stereo speakers and along with that the company also has Walkman software for giving you a better music experience. Along with that they have also added a ClearAudio + technology to offer you a clear and a deep sound.
This tablet will be available in three different models and they are 16GB model, 32 GB model and a 64 GB model. Along with this the tablet also has all other connectivity options like, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and so on.