Is Sony working on a quad-core Tegra 3 tablet?

Sony could be working on a quad-core Tegra 3 tablet of their own, if the latest information from the Android benchmarking app NenaMark is correct. A mysterious Sony device appeared on the leaderboard of the NenaMark 1 website. According to the information on NenaMark, the device is a Sony tablet sporting a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet running Android 4.0.3 with a 1280 x 800 screen resolution (the device is reported as having a 1280 x 752 resolution due to Android 4.0’s onscreen buttons). According to NenaMark results, the device’s model number is V150 and its processor is clocked at 1.4GHz.

The benchmark was ran by the user named Sony S1, which was the old name of the current Sony Tablet S. Although nothing is official until blurry cam shots and press releases are made available, it makes sense that Sony is working on their own Tegra 3 tablet. After all, why would they continue to try to sell outdated dual-core tablets when quad-core tablets are the new kids on the block?

Hopefully we’ll be hearing more about this mysterious Tegra 3 Sony tablet soon.

Source: NenaMark | via The Verge

Jonathan converted to the Android platform from Blackberry with the original Motorola Droid. He currently has a Samsung Galaxy Nexus complete with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on Verizon Wireless, a Motorola Xoom, and a Kindle Fire. Besides keeping up with Android news, he enjoys spending time with his family, gaming, reading, and computers. Google+

Droid Matters