The Sony S1 and S2 tablets haven't exactly been the best kept secret in Sony's playbook, but we still haven't managed to catch a glimpse of that "heavily modified" version of Honeycomb, either -- until now. Thanks to some screenshots grabbed by CarryPad, we now have a better idea of what this duo of tablets will bring to the table. So lets have a look, shall we?
A quick look at the homescreen and settings menu. As you can see, the pair are already running Android 3.2, so they'll be up-to-date on launch day. The main Honeycomb launcher looks slightly modified, with quick access to favorites, and some possibly network connections via the WiFi icon up top.
Here's a look at the app drawer, adorned in white and chocked-full of apps. The first image highlights Chumby, an app that streams photos, social feeds, weather, stocks, and more directly to your device; while the second image displays that Zinio, which was recently optimized for Tegra 2 processors, will come bundled with the devices.
This is some sort of WiFi checker, although I'm not entirely sure of its purpose. Connection repair or corporate environment setup, possibly?
Lastly, here is a look at the custom keyboard and music player. I believe this is the first instance of a software keyboard that I've seen with a numerical 10-pack setup as part of the main keyboard, but I can't say that makes it looks any more usable than the stock keyboard. The music player, on the other hand, looks pretty awesome, but I would expect nothing less from Sony.
So, now that you've laid eyes on what is to come out of this duo, are you interested? Drop a line in the comments letting us know what you think.