And just like that, itâ€™s now official.
The Sony Tablet S will be available in three variants â€“ two WiFi-only models (16GB, 32GB) and a 16GB WiFi+3G version. The WiFi-only Tablet S will run on Android Honeycomb 3.1, and is actually up for pre-order now in the US. The 16GB version is priced at $499.99 (roughly Php21.1K) while the 32GB variant goes for $599.99 (roughly Php25.3K).
The dual-screen WiFi+3G Tablet P and the lone Tablet S with WiFi+3G connectivity are preinstalled with Android Honeycomb 3.2, and are expected to arrive sometime in November over in Europe. No US pricing yet, but we do know the Tablet P will retail for 599 Euro (roughly Php36.7K) while the WiFi+3G Tablet S, according to UWHS, is priced at Â£499.99 (roughly Php34.6K) in the UK.
Itâ€™s still unclear, though, if either or both the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P will be released locally. That said, there’s really nothing stopping these goodies from debuting in the local flourishing grey market.
For the full press release, just head on over here.
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