Following the upgrade of Ice Cream Sandwich to Xperia devices, Sony yet has to make an official announcement for update its Tablet S and Tablet P, but the news was posted in Sony UK’s community forums, confirming that the new mobile operating system from Google update will indeed be rolling out to both devices, in the near future.
Both of these tablets have been pushed to shelves with Google’s Android Honeycomb OS flavor, and they recently got a taste of the Android 3.2.1 platform release. They both have connectivity for the official PS3 controllers via a new firmware update that came out last week. This is tremendous news for people who want to take their Android experience to the next level.
To remind you, Sony’s Honeycomb tablets come with dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, dual cameras and 1GB RAM on-board along with 9.4 inch (S) and dual 5.5 inch displays (P).
In the end, Sony has not dropped an official release date for the Ice Cream Sandwich update. They said during the next few weeks we will see it and I have a feeling it will be demoed first at CES early next year. So stay tuned for more details.