Sony S1 and S2 tablets let slip Android Honeycomb 3.2 plans

Leaks around gadgets might sound dangerous but when it’s an Android version revelation, we get a bit tingly

Sony’s S1 and S2 tablets have been revealed in little more than clandestine videos, until now. A troubleshooting guide uploaded by a Sony employee (and since removed by his boss) revealed screenshots suggesting the tablets will be packing Android Honeycomb 3.2. The page's removal gives the leak further credibility. We also caught a glimpse of bundled Sony apps including Crash Bandicoot, Chumby and Crackle for you to look forward to. Could this blow the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 out of the Android waters? And will it play PlayStation Vita games? All these questions to be answered in due course...


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