Sony not giving up on tablets, new models incoming
Last year, Sony jumped on the Android tablet bandwagon by introducing two offerings of its own. One of them was the Sony Tablet S, which looks more or less like your ordinary slate, and the Sony Tablet P, which is a dual-screen device with a design reminiscent to that of the Kyocera Echo. And it seems like Sony is quite happy with its devices, given that it plans on releasing new models in the future.
While speaking with PCMag, Sony Electronics president Phil Molyneux stated that the sales of the Tablet S have met the company's expectations. He also referred to the Tablet S and Tablet P as the company's first generation of Android tablets, hinting that there is a second generation on Sony's agenda.
Even though it doesn't seem to have generated much hype in the U.S., the Sony Tablet S has been a success in some markets such as the U.K. The Sony Tablet P has just recently been launched on AT&T, so we have yet to see how well it will do in terms of sales.
So, what would you, guys, expect from Sony's next batch of Android tablets? More devices with different form factors like that of the Tablet P, perhaps? Or a PlayStation certified tablet that is heavily focused on gaming? Let us know by dropping a comment below.