Sony Xperia Tablet S lovers have a good news. The Japanese consumer electronics giant has said that it will resume the sales of the tablet in mid November. And for those of you who do not know why the sales were stopped, its because the design of the tablet was found to be defective. A gap between the display and the back of the device was discovered in the tablet which let water and other liquids to seep into the inside of the tablet, making it not splash proof, as it was advertised. For this reason, after the sales of almost a 100,000 units, the company had halted the manufacturing of the tablet.
But if you have already bought one of these defective tablets, you do not have to worry, because the company has said that it would check and repair the units for free if needed. And if you are wondering if you will be able to buy the new tablet which will come with this issue rectified, you will be able to do so when the company resumes the sales of the tablet in mid November.
The company’s online store marks the 16 GB, 32 GB, and the 64 GB versions of the tablet as coming soon. But if you want to be notified when the tablet gets released, you can sign up for the notifications by providing your email address on the web site.
The Sony Xperia Tablet S offers you a 9.4 inch LED-backlit LCD, capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels. Along with the three built in memory variants as already mentioned, the tablet also has an SD card slot so that you can expand the memory. It comes with 1 GB of RAM. It runs on a 1.3 GHz quad core Tegra 3 processor, and runs Android 4.0.3, or Ice Cream Sandwich, as the operating system. For power users, the tablet comes with a whopping 6,000 mAh battery which is said to offer a battery back up of up to 12 hours.
Source: Phone Arena