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Sony to launch Android Honeycomb tablet device

With almost every manufacturers offering an Android tablet device, it is just natural that Japanese company Sony will also follow suit. Well, Sony Ericsson has their range of Android smartphones, including the Xperia Play (formerly known as the PlayStation Phone). The Sony tablet could be available this June.

Japan's Nikkei newspaper has reported that Sony is going to launch an Android tablet by the end of summer this year. According to Sony CEO, the tablet will run Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system and will arrive in the U.S. first, followed by other regions.

The tablet could be Sony's "PlayStation Certified" Tegra 2 'S1' tablet, which is rumored to feature a 9.4-inch display and a flexible "wrap" design.

Source: Bloomberg

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