Sony S2 Android tablet passes the FCC
We haven’t heard much about Sony’s first Android tablets since they were officially announced in April. Back then, the Japanese giant said the tablets (called S1 and S2) would be available in the fall of 2011.
Now the S2 has appeared at the FCC, which approved it to work on the AT&T-friendly 850 / 1900 MHz bands. That doesn’t necessarily mean AT&T will launch the tablet, but it may very well do it.
Apart from 3G connectivity, the S2 has two 5.5 inch touchscreen displays with 1024 x 480 pixels, Wi-Fi, access to PlayStation games, and a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
Just like the S1, the Sony S2 was announced as running Android Honeycomb. However, it will likely / hopefully be upgraded to Android Ice Cream Sandwich before launch. More info should be unveiled soon.