Sony cooking up a Tegra 3 tablet with Android 4.0?


According to a recently spotted NenaMark benchmark test entry, the followup to the Sony Tablet S could be in the works — and it carries a quad-core Tegra 3 processor. The device that was subject to the test was running Android 4.0.3 and featured a display with a 1280×800 resolution (the same as the Tablet S).

The benchmark result is tied to a device with model number V150 and was made by a user with the name ‘sony s1.’ You may recall this as the pre-production name for what eventually became simply the Tablet S. It’s hard to verify the information reported alongside the test, but a Tegra 3 followup to last year’s Tegra 2 slate from Sony doesn’t seem like much of a stretch. Its scores match up with what we have come to expect from other devices running the quad-core platform from NVIDIA.

[via The Verge]

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  1. I cant wait for this. This Year will be the year Sony is going to blossom in the Android world boom

  2. I wish they would write Android into the vita software so developers could offer their games on the playstation store.

  3. THIS will be the perfect TIME to buy a SONY tablet. glad i hold off from buying the original one

  4. The psp vita with android market would be sick oh play store what ever they call it 

    1. This is the second time in a matter of 2 days they did this. 

      Clearly Phandroid is doing nothing more than scouring the internet, taking stuff from other sites and re-posting it on their own. The writers working different shifts are not paying attention to what the other writers on previous shifts have previously posted.

      Yesterday Edger posted an identical article about the new Google Play store that Kevin already had posted and even made a video about. As soon as I and another person pointed out the exact same double post, Edger quickly took down his article as if he had never put it up.

      More original work, paying more attention to what is already posted on your own site  by someone else working a different shift, and less re-posting content from other blogs and this wouldn’t happen.

      It’s embarrassing. 

      1.  Well, I wasn’t going to be that radical, but you guys at least need to check a couple of days worth of your own authors’ posts before starting a new article.

  5. Who needs 1280 × 800 screen nowdays?

  6. Obviously… it’s not going to come out until android 5.0 is released though.

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