Sony has during IFA 2012 in Berlin introduced its latest tablet with the name Xperia S. The Tablet offers a quadcore Tegra 3 chip from Nvidia, up to 64GB internal storage and Android 4.0. Just like the Tablet S from last year, the new album is fitted with IR that allows it to be used as a universal remote control.
We have not found any data on the screen size, but the resolution is 1280 x 800 pixels. The battery is 6000mAh and said keeps the plate running for 10 hours. Sony promises to update the device to the Jellybean as soon as they manage to optimize all their own apps.
The Xperia Tablet S packs a lot of Sony-written software. There is for example a guest mode that allows you to create customized user profiles and including block certain apps from being seen and used. Blocking Play Store Kids can probably come in handy for parents. Sony’s music and movie store Music and Video Unlimited come with 5GB space and PlayMemories which is the company’s cloud storage service.