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Will Sony's Tablets Run Honeycomb 3.2 From Launch?

When our Matt got hands-on with the S1 and S2, they were only running Honeycomb 3.0, but judging by some leaked — and then pulled — screenshots on Sony’s site, 3.2 might make an appearance.

Hands On With Sony’s Gorgeous New Android Tablets

These tablets, codenamed S1 and the S2, are why we need Sony – the Sony we love – in a world where almost every gadget of consequence is effectively a blank slate for software.

Sony S1 and S2 Android Tablets Get Lovingly Fondled

Finally! These new pics and video are the best look we’ve had yet at Sony’s upcoming tablets, especially the dual-screen S2. And Sony has its reputation on the line here: it wants to be the number 2 tablet maker by 2012. So take a look for yourself, think they have a shot?

Sony, Rube Goldberg Machine Videos Aren't Supposed To Be This Dull

Sony, Rube Goldberg-style videos are meant to be fast, exciting! And fast. Unless…unless you’re trying to manage expectations about the S1 and S2 tablets’ processor speed? Oh, you teases. I may as well go watch that OkGo video again, for kicks. [AndroidCommunity]

Are Two Tablet Screens Really Better Than One?

Sony announced their dual-screened S2 tablet today. It’s not the only twin-screen tablet, but considering recent ill-conceived efforts from the likes of Acer, Toshiba and Kyocera, we’re a little sceptical. With the S2, Sony’s basically cut a 10-inch screen in half and stuck a hinge in between. How much of a benefit can two screens provide over one?

Sony's Android Tablets Are Game, Music, Video Titans

Focusing on the things that matter most to Sony – style and media – their first two tablets are running Android 3.0 (yes, Honeycomb) and come in two very different form-factors. You’ll recognise the familiar shape of the S1, which measures 9.4 inches, whereas the S2 is a sort-of DS-type clamshell, with dual screens that both measure 5.5 inches.

Report: Sony's Got More Crazy Tablets Up Its Sleeve

According to Engadget, the hunchbacked S1 isn’t the only funky form factor Sony’s bringing to the tablet race this year.

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