Sony's distinctive Tablet P was released in Japan way back in October, and although we've heard about its upcoming upgrade to Android 4.0, we still haven't gotten an American release date. The wait could be over — screenshots of what appears to be an AT&T internal site indicate the device will finally be making its way to AT&T on March 3rd for $399.99 with a two-year contract, or for $549.99 with no contract. Despite its unusual looks, the Tablet P is a capable device, with a 1GHz dual-core Tegra processor and two 5.5-inch, 1024 x 480 touchscreens. The party doesn't stop there, either — it seems those of you who need a new smartphone can save an extra $100 by bundling your on-contract Tablet P with a $0.99-on-contract Xperia Play (we know, not your first choice) for a total of $299.99.
Sony's clamshell Tablet P could finally be headed to AT&T on March 3rd — $399.99 on contract
Sony's clamshell Tablet P could finally be headed to AT&T on March 3rd — $399.99 on contract/
Sony's clamshell Tablet P Android tablet is rumored to be released on AT&T on March 3rd for $399.99 with a two-year contract.