The FCC must have had a Sony overdose recently – especially when you have a slew of tablets from Sony that has gone through the hoops, hoping to pick up FCC approval in the process in order to make their way to the market. The two new SGPT113JP/S and SGPT114JP/S tablets have actually passed through the FCC’s latest trials, where they are actually the S1 in different variants.
The S1 will be a 9.4″ tablet device that will sport a 3.0 or (above) version of the Android Honeycomb operating system, where it will be accompanied by the custom-made “Quick and Smooth” user interface as well as a “Swift” web browser.
Apart from that, it will also feature 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity as well as support for WCDMA bands II and V radios, which means it will most probably appear Stateside via AT&T, while our friends living in the Great White North will most probably be getting it on Rogers.
There is also the Ericsson F5521gw HSPA+ capable modem which was mentioned in the S2′s FCC filing, which goes to show that this PlayStation Certified tablet is ready to hit retail stores later in the fall.RELATED
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