Sony S2 Tablet Headed for AT&T


Buzz around Sony’s S1 and S2 tablets has been growing by the day, and the company has finally coughed up a bit of information on where we can expect to find their first venture into the world of Honeycomb devices. AT&T will carry an exclusive on the HSPA+ capable version of the S2, a codename for Sony’s dual-screened tablet. While rumors have been circulating that September will be the month to watch, no further information on availability or pricing was revealed. You can read the full press release below, but it’s mostly marketing fluff. Nary a detail to be found.

AT&T to Connect “Sony Tablet” S2 on Nation’s Fastest Mobile Broadband Network

DALLAS, July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — AT&T* today announced that AT&T will be the exclusive U.S. mobile broadband provider for the “Sony Tablet” S2 (codename), a dual screen, multi-functional tablet ideal for mobile communication and entertainment, that Sony Corporation plans to launch later this year.

“We’re pleased to be working with AT&T on yet another unique mobile device,” said Mike Lucas, senior vice president of Networked Technology and Services Division at Sony Electronics. “AT&T provides the speed and coverage that are integral to the different features and functions of our tablet. We value our relationship as they share our commitment to growing the ‘Sony Tablet’ S2 and the tablet market overall.”

The “Sony Tablet” S2 will be 4G** capable and Wi-Fi compatible. With a qualifying data plan, users of the “Sony Tablet” S2 will have access to AT&T’s mobile broadband network and unlimited access to AT&T’s more than 20,000 hot spots nationwide. With both 4G and Wi-Fi, users can browse the Internet, access digital content including videos, games, and check e-mail, while on the go, nearly anytime.

“With its unprecedented, completely portable form factor, the ‘Sony Tablet’ S2 offers tablet enthusiasts a convenient and unique entertainment experience,” said David Haight, vice president of business development, AT&T emerging devices. “Users will be treated to exceptional graphics and the touch-screen capabilities will enable a fast and efficient website experience.”

AT&T will offer monthly data plans for the “Sony Tablet” S2. Distribution and pricing will be announced at launch.

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**4G speeds delivered by HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul. Available in limited areas. Availability increasing with ongoing backhaul deployment. Requires 4G compatible device. Learn more at

***Access includes AT&T Wi-Fi Basic. Wi-Fi enabled device required. Other restrictions apply. See for details and locations.

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  1. just thought I would post a comment about this device: It’s ugly and at this time is a useless product that, if mass produced, will gather dust on most store shelves. Sony, you can take this pontiac aztec like thingy and put it back where it came from.

  2. This looks just like the dual screen device that Sprint has. Ugly.

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