Sony V150 is touted to be the brand’s next tablet offering.

Fresh gossip surrounding the NenaMark benchmarking result leads us to presume that the Japanese giant has a new gadget under the wraps, which in all probability is rumoured to be a tablet.

It is obvious from the results that the device will be powered by Google’s Android 4.0.3 ICS OS and Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad core chipset clocked at 1.4GHz.

With a resolution of 1280×752 pixels (WXGA), it matches the resolution of the company’s previous offering, the Sony tablet S, as per netbooknews.

Since the benchmarking test granted the gadget a score of 59.70, we feel that Sony is clearly putting in some great efforts this time around. It’s previous offering, the Tablet S had scored an average of just 42.89.

In fact, we would even like to believe that a power gadget is on its way, as the Asus Transformer Prime, which is one speedy device, had scored around the 50 marks.

Not so long ago, we brought you reports of Sony hinting at ‘many more’ generations of Sony tablets.   This entire new buzz in the grapevine has made it rather apparent that the second generation of Sony tablets is certainly in the making.

Although Sony has always been a very popular choice owing to its largely likeable lineage of phones, its first generation of tablets did not create as much of a stir.

However with a deadly punch of Tegra 3 and Android 4.0, success seems to be on cards for Sony this time.


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