The Sony S1 and S2 tablets have been recently spotted at the FCC and now it seems they’re ready to take over Europe. Supposedly, these Android models will be available in Europe around September, according to a private note from Sony’s marketing group, shown to Engadget.

There will be an August pre-order and the end of September will see the new models out in stores. The products will take off through Sony Direct, UK store John Lewis and a yet unconfirmed retailer. Both the S1 and S2 are Honeycomb slates, with the first being a 9.4 inch media tablet with rear and front cameras, plus a curved wrap design.

Sony S1 packs a Tegra 2 processor, while the S2 model is a clamshell unit with dual screens, that are 5.5 inches in diagonal and support a 1024 x 480 pixel resolution. This is a hinged model with a book-style interface.

  • Deian Stancu

    Until september everybody will forget Sony…. Time to launch is now, not delaying any second…
    Even Toshiba is launching, Asus is getting 3g support, and HP is getting into tablet bandwagon too.
    September? September is Kal-El time, Sony, you are a bit late, go home and sleep, go lick your wounds

  • Daniel18bla

    Shut your face