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Sony S2 Android Tablet exclusive on AT&T Network

Jul 13 2011, 9:50am CDT | by , in News | Android

Sony S2 Android Tablet exclusive on AT&T Network

AT&T is exclusive mobile carrier for upcoming dual screen and folding Sony S2 Android tablet.

AT&T announced today that they will be the exclusive U.S. mobile broadband provider for the “Sony Tablet” S2 (codename), a dual screen, multi-functional tablet ideal for mobile communication and entertainment, that Sony Corporation plans to launch later this year.

With a qualifying data plan, users of the Sony Tablet S2 will have access to AT&T’s mobile broadband network and unlimited access to AT&T’s more than 20,000 hot spots nationwide. With both 4G and Wi-Fi, users can browse the Internet, access digital content including videos, games, and check e-mail, while on the go, nearly anytime. 

AT&T says that the S2 is supporting 4G, but with two asterix. 4G means here AT&T's HSPA+ service and not the new LTE based service AT&T is in the process of rolling out.

With a qualifying data plan, users of the “Sony Tablet” S2 will have access to AT&T’s mobile broadband network and unlimited access to AT&T’s more than 20,000 hot spots nationwide. With both 4G and Wi-Fi, users can browse the Internet, access digital content including videos, games, and check e-mail, while on the go, nearly anytime. 

The Sony S2 has a pair of 5.5-inch screens on it and folds for more portability. It reminds me of that little Vaio netbook from CES a few years back. Both of the tablets run Android 3.0. The tablet will both have WiFi and 3G/4G capability and the user will be able to surf the web and check email among other things.

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