Recently, a forum member from XDA posted the purported press images of Sony’s newest Xperia Tablet. We were pleasantly surprised to see that Sony decided to abandon the wedge-like design seen in the Xperia S. Of course, that is if these images are actual proof. These images do show that Sony opted for a newer, thinner, and sleeker design for their latest tablet that we find makes the device rather fresh and unique look.
Earlier reports suggest that the tablet will house a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 6000 mAh battery and a 8 mega pixel rear facing camera. The battery will supposedly provide 10 hours of wi-fi enabled useage. The device is rumored to be availabe in 16, 32 and 64 GB models priced $399, $499 and $599, respectively. The new device isn’t a complete overhaul, though, as it still uses the folded-edge iconic bulge from the previous generation. The device looks thinner and more stylish due to some aesthetic improvements. We can now freely express that Sony does come up with some visually pleasing and unique model designs.
Sony is rumored to be announcing the device during IFA trade show in Berlin that’s to be held on August 31st. If all goes according to plan, the device will probably be released in September. We will be keeping tabs on an official announcement and when we find out more, we’ll let you know.