Sony 3G Tablets - News & Rumours
7th June, 2013
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z – it’s powerful, great-looking and has
14th March, 2013
Sony's Xperia Tablet Z has a number of great features including its 8
25th February, 2013
The Sony Xperia Z Tablet weighs only 495 grams and is really thin at
16th January, 2013
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is a premium Android tablet which has been
17th December, 2012
EE have added the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Nexus 7 to its 4G range.
18th September, 2012
Sony have released a video showcasing Guest Mode on its Xperia Tablet
7th September, 2012
The Sony Xperia Tablet S is now available to buy in the UK.
10th August, 2012
Images and the specification of Sony's Xperia Tablet have appeared
15th June, 2012
Both the Sony Tablet P and Tablet S can now be upgraded to Android 4.0
21st May, 2012
The Sony Tablet P looks set to get upgraded to Android 4.0 next week.
9th May, 2013
A complete teardown of the Sony Xperia Z Tablet.
4th March, 2013
A closer look at Sony's Xperia Tablet Z which is a premium 10.1 inch
21st January, 2013
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is a 4G Android Tablet which has been
8th January, 2013
Sony Xperia Z is the new flagship Android smartphone from Sony with a
8th October, 2012
Sony has found a production defect in a small number of their Xperia
10th September, 2012
The Sony Xperia Tablet S comes pre-loaded with some great applications.
3rd September, 2012
Sony's Xperia Tablet S is quad-core Android tablet !
1st August, 2012
The Sony Xperia Tablet S is due to launch before Christmas.
1st June, 2012
O2 Money are now offering tablet insurance to owners on any network.
1st May, 2012
The Sony Tablet S can now be upgraded to Android 4.0 in the US.
Sony released its first tablets after it split from the telecommunications arm of its Sony Ericsson dual-brand. Currently available Sony tablets run on Android and sport hardware design that set them apart from the sea of Android tablets.
For example, the dual-screen Tablet S (which doesn’t support 3G mobile internet), and the wedge-shaped Tablet P, designed for media viewing. Sony is also beginning to integrate its not inconsiderable resources from its gaming and media arms, with a universal remote feature – and hopefully, down the line, the ability to sync and play PlayStation 3 games.