The Xperia Tablet appears to have the same unique “folded magazine” type build on the top half that is part of the Sony S, but the bottom half no longer sports the wedge-shaped, tapered design from before, making the device much slimmer on the whole.
The power and volume buttons are apparently going to be located on the upper right-hand side between where the tablet “folds” over, while the device’s 8-megapixel rear-facing camera will be located on the top center of the back of the tablet.
Previous unconfirmed reports about the Xperia tablet have revealed that it will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and that it will have a 6,000 mAh battery to provide it with approximately 10 hours of internet browsing via Wi-Fi. Other specs have yet to be leaked, though rumor has it that Sony will officially announce the Xperia Tablet at the IFA trade show in Berlin on August 31.
Pricing details have also been leaked, with the 16GB model reportedly going for $400, $500 for the 32GB model, and $600 for 64GB of storage. No news yet on a supposed release date, but many are speculating that it could see September release after a reveal later this month at IFA.