Sony has been tight-lipped about their two upcoming tablets, the S1 and S2. The S1 is a typical single-screen Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, but its brother the S2 is slightly more intriguing. The S2 features two 5.5″ capacitive touch-screens in a clamshell design also running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Recently, the S2 appeared on camera, albeit for only 18 seconds long, but it was enough for us to be interested in the potential possibilities the device could provide. The S2 resembles a tablet sized rendition of the Kyecero Echo which was released on Sprint in the U.S. The Echo allows for two different, yet limited, applications to be displayed on screen at the same time and we can see this as one feature the S2 will possess. Video after the break.
Here is the teaser video from Sony showcasing their tablet at the very end:
If you’re wondering how Sony will bring forth their lineup of PS1 titles to the tablet then have a peak here for some Crash Bandicoot gameplay: