I’m quite fond of Sony’s first Android tablet efforts, the Tablet S and Tablet P, and a benchmark report appears to confirm that a third slate from the Japanese manufacturer is on its way.
The mysterious tablet goes by model number V150, and the NenaMark benchmark results indicate that it rocks a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.4GHz.
Other Sony V150 specs made available by NenaMark are a 1280 x 752 resolution display, and Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
As for the NenaMark results, the Sony V150 weighs in with a score of 59.70 frames per second, which is – unsurprisingly – firmly ahead of the aforementioned Sony Tablet S.
The Tablet S is Sony’s magazine-style tablet, which is weighted at the top to make it more comfortable to hold. It’s recently dropped to around £300.
The Tablet P, on the other hand, is a Nintendo DS-style clamshell device, with two independent screens that can combine to form one large display.
It’s early days yet, but we’re hoping Sony has something else suitably outrageous planned for the V150.