Sony Planning to Upgrade Tablets and Xperia Smartphones to Android 4.0 Soon

A recent report suggest that Sony is planning to upgrade its Android tablets and Xperia smartphones to Google’s latest mobile operating system Android 4.0 (codenamed: Ice Cream Sandwich) in the Spring.

In addition to this, the report also claims that Sony is up to garnish the Tablet S and Tablet P with a number of ‘unique’ features along with an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.0. However, Sony declined to reveal any details about its intentions.

When it comes to Sony’s tablets, these are unique in themselves compared to other available Android tablets in the market. Tablet P is in fact a small tablet available with a foldable design. It features 5.5-inch screen, NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, Wi-Fi/3G and 4GB of storage. Tablet S, on the other hand, is relatively larger with 9.4-inch screen and thicker on one end. It also features a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, Wi-Fi/3G connectivity. It is available in 16GB and 32GB of storage.

Meanwhile, other smartphone makers, such as Motorola, Samsung and HTC have either already upgraded their devices to Ice Cream Sandwich or in the process of rolling out upgrade gradually.

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