Thursday, July 14, 2011
Sony S2 tablet is officially available on AT & T, using 4G connectivity
Suddenly, AT & T announced that it will provide Sony S2 tablet to customers in the United States exclusively. Previous or less than a day, AT & T has also announced it will bring another Android device, namely the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.
Sony S2 tablets will only have a screen of 5.5 inches, unlike the Sony S1 tablet will have a display at 9, 4 inches, each with 1024 x 480 pixels. It also has dual-core processor, Wi-Fi and 4G connectivity - which does not mean it's a tool LTE, HSPA + but one. Fortunately, according to AT & T, the Sony S2 tablet has been able to run on Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
Meanwhile, David Haight, a vice president of business development, AT & T emerging devices, said, "With the unprecedented form factor is completely portable, Tablet Sony S2 offers fans the tablet experience a comfortable and unique entertainment. Users will be treated to a graphic exceptional and touch screen capabilities will enable fast and efficient website experience, "
Unfortunately, AT & T has not announce how much its costs to get these tablets Android, besides that, yet there is also information exactly when the Android device from Sony will be available. So, we still have to wait for more developments of this news. In addition there are still not sure whether it will offer a monthly plan data for the tablets.
You can view the complete press release here.