There will be four versions of Sony S1 tablets, which are set to be launched in September this year, CNET has disclosed.
In April, Sony had announced that it will launch the Andorid powered tablets but did not provide much information then in terms of variants and other specifications.
Now the CNET report said that Sony will launch a pair of Wi-Fi only models (with 16GB and 32GB of storage) and two models of the same capacities with Wi-Fi and 3G.
The S2 will not have a separate Wi-Fi only variant, it will come in 16GB and 32GB capacities with both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.
In addition to the internal storage, the S1 will have an SD card slot for more capacity and it will also feature a 9.4-inch IPS display with Sony’s TruBlack and Bravia technologies.
The battery life of the S1 is claimed to be comparable with the Apple iPad 2 with its dual screens will fare but there’s no word on how the S2.
Accessories would be introduced along with the launch of these tablets, including a Bluetooth keyboard for the S1 that is designed to clip onto the bottom of the tablet when not in use.