Will Sony's Android Tablets Land In Australia Next Month?

Looks like Sony will have plenty to talk about at Berlin's big IFA electronics show in a couple of weeks. I've been invited to spend some quality hands-on time with a range of gear in Sydney, including: new Sony Readers and "digital imaging equipment" — could that mean new video cameras, or those leaked Alpha cameras? But what's really got me curious is Sony's self-described "highlight" of a "whole new product category." Take this with a liberal helping of salt (because Sony certainly wouldn't confirm it), but I smell tablets.

So I'm just taking a wild guess here. But fingers crossed it could be the 9.4-inch S1 and dual 5.5-inch screen S2. We've seen them fondled on video, and Gizmodo US has spent some time with them, too.

Both tablets run Android Honeycomb with a custom Sony UI, and have a Tegra 2 processor, Wi-Fi, 3G support, and included Sony Qriocity and PlayStation suite pre-loaded. Sony has said it wants to be the number 2 tablet maker by 2012 — do you think these bad boys will give them a shot?

Meanwhile, that leaked spring camera line up from Sony possibly includes the big A77, NEX-7, A65 and a whole supporting cast. Again, not even close to being confirmed to arrive here, but we can hope. I'll let you know on the first of September.

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