Tablet P (Wi-Fi + 3G) | Sony
Sony is continuing on its Android 4.0 update crusade, pinning down Spring updates for the Tablet P and Tablet S, specifically the end of April. Sony has also announced a Wi-Fi-only version of its dual-screened Tablet P
Sony has announced that the PlayStation Suite SDK will go into open beta in April, and promised to bring a range of content to the mobile platform throughout the year.
We've just gotten word that Sony's funky little clamshell Tablet P is going to be available for $399.99 on March 4th with a two year contract from AT&T.
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.
The head of Sony's Vaio and Mobile Product Division, Takeshi Goto, met with Engadget China to discuss the design process for its clamshell Tablet P.
AT&T's Q1 roadmap leaked: Titan II for $199.99 on March 18th, Galaxy Note for $299.99 on February 18th?
A source has told BGR that the HTC Titan II will come out on March 18th for $199.99. Of course, if Windows Phone doesn't suit your fancy there are also plenty of LTE-equipped Android phones coming to AT&T: the Sony Xperia Ion, Samsung Exhilarate, and Samsung Skyrocket HD are all slated for release towards the end of the first quarter. Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy Note is rumored to arrive on the network on February 18th for $299.99.
Sony plans to upgrade its two Android tablets to Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, this spring, at about the same time that it delivers the update to its Xperia smartphone line.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Acro and Xperia Arc have been granted PlayStation Certification in Japan — the first devices to receive the certification after their respective launch, and still just the fourth and fifth devices ever to get access to the Android-based PlayStation Suite market after the Xperia Play phone and Sony S1 / S2 tablets.