At a recent NenaMark benchmark session, Sony was spotted testing a Tegra 3 powered tablet which they have codenamed V150. Perhaps this is the response from Sony after getting much criticism for not having a powerful device lined up at last month’s Mobile World Congress?
We got to know about this mysterious Sony V150 tablet through a Japanese tech blog called Ambelo. Through them, we were able to spot the device on the listings of the NenaMark 1, which is actually an OpenGL-ES 2.0 graphics performance benchmark. Based on the results from the event, the mysterious device had a similar 1280x752p WXGA resolution as the Tablet S. The Tegra 3 device was also seen running Ice Cream Sandwich. The device was only benchmarked once and had a score of 59.7 FPS; almost the same score that the Samsung Galaxy S II received for its performance.