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Wi-Fi only model now available for Sony Tablet P; both tablets to get Android 4.0 update

Wi-Fi only model now available for Sony Tablet P; both tablets to get Android 4.0 update
Android 4.0 UI for the Sony Tablet P

Android 4.0 UI for the Sony Tablet P

The dual-screen clamshell Sony Tablet P is getting a Wi-Fi only version according to the manufacturer. The model will be available on April 21st for 50,000 JY ($601 USD) after tax, and there is no word on whether we will see this variant of the tablet make it to U.S. soil. Also available the same day will be five personalized color shells for the tablet, which will be priced at 5000 JY ($60 USD) each.

Also around the same time, owners of the Sony Tablet P and the more traditional looking Sony Tablet S will receive the Android 4.0 update. The download will bring a new UI, features that enhance performance, a new home screen, gallery and camera apps. It will also add "Small Apps" which are widget type apps used to do quick tasks like using the calculator or the browser.

source: Sony via Impress (translated), Electronista

Shells available for the Sony Tablet P on April 21st
Shells available for the Sony Tablet P on April 21st
Shells available for the Sony Tablet P on April 21st

Shells available for the Sony Tablet P on April 21st


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posted on 22 Mar 2012, 03:12

1. RazaAsad (Posts: 100; Member since: 24 Nov 2011)


If JY 50,000 = $ 601, how can 5,000 be equal to $ 6? Plz correct.
Tab is interesting but I will wait for a win 8 tab (I had to take a bitter decision of removing Transformer prime from my wish list for a win 8 tab). I will wait until Nokia announces its tab.

posted on 22 Mar 2012, 04:06

2. nando2do (Posts: 53; Member since: 10 Nov 2011)


but it is true.. there talking about Japanese yens.. look:http://www.convertworld.com/es/
so please check before you say something.. and i agree with you on that last thing. i prefer to wait on nokia's tabs than this thing.

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