Sony V150 Android 4.0.3 Tablet Getting Ready, Packs Tegra 3 Quad Core Power

March 19, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony once ruled the consumer electronic market, but they were late to adapt to changes. Even when they had jumped on to the latest tablet band wagon, they have taken a peculiar approach with oddly-designed devices.

However, emerging information suggests that Sony is planning to bring out their third tablet to the marketplace and that the new rig may pack a quad-core chip for processing.

Rumors hint that Sony has not lost confidence in chips from NVIDIA. As per grapevine buzz, the upcoming tablet features a Tegra 3 quad-core chip.

Though not many details are known at this point, some benchmark results that have appeared online have given some hints about the upcoming device.

The benchmark results show that the device is now called V150 and packs a 1280 X 752 resolution display along with a 1.4 GHz Tegra 3 processor.

The leaked information suggests that the rig runs Android 4.0.3 OS and has performed well in the benchmark tests with a score of nearly 60 frames per second.

Sony presently has two tablets in the market, namely Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P. Both are unique in their design and specs.

The first one has a wedge shaped design with a 9.4 inch display while the P tablet is a clamshell device with dual screen. But both of them pack only dual-core chips. Sony has gone for NVIDIA Tegra 2 for powering these tablets too.

Since Sony is yet to make any confirmation on the existence of the device and its related specs, nothing is known about the size, shape and other features of V150. But that is just a matter of time. Stay tuned. We will keep you updated.

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