More pictures of Sony’s rumored Xperia branded Android tablet have been leaked online to provide a better and much clearer view of this device for the curious. Rumored named under Xperia brand, the new tablet looks very similar to its predecessor Tablet S, but much glossier. As labeled in the Xperia brand, the tablet steps closer to Sony's smartphone family with a texturized backing likely to keep fingertips happy. The tablet would own preset wallpapers of Xperia smartphones and come with Timescape UI, which seems to indicate Sony is going to union the design style of its tablet and smartphone.
The Xperia Tablet features a Magnesium-Aluminium tablet body, thus helping to reduce its weight to 570 grams. The 9.4-inch display with 1280x800-pixel resolution remains unchanged from the Tablet S, producing amazing video experience for users to watch HD videos on Xperia tablet. Different from its predecessor, the new Xperia tablet is said to rock Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC, probably running at 1.3GHz. Besides, this new tablet is a dual-camera device, which features an 8MP main camera for video shooting and a 1MP front camera for video chatting.
The Sony Xperia Tablet will come in various versions, including 16/32/64GB variations. Also, the memory storage is expandable via MicroSD card slot. The 6000mAh battery will keep the slate going for 10 straight hours of use. Expected to be unveiled at Sony's pre-IFA event on August 29 and launched later in September, the Xperia Tablet is said to cost $399.99, $499.99 and $599.99 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB model respectively.