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Sony is readying tablet replacements already, with benchmarks for a mysterious device known only as the V150 showing quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 specifications in online benchmark results.

As Sony's tablet offerings released last year both pack the now outdated Tegra 2 processor, it should come as no surprise the Japanese firm is preparing its next-gen models.

The first of these has leaked online through a benchmark test that reveals some the V150 tablet's specs, Blog of Mobile reports.

Sony V150 benchmark

The Sony V150 is said to sport a quad-core 1.4GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 processor running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It apparently packs the same resolution as the Sony Tablet S, 1280 x 752.

Other than that, there is little information on the forthcoming fondleslab, but if the speed test is to be believed, Sony's slate will pack quite a punch, tabling a Nenamark benchmark score of 59.70. We'll let you know as and when we hear more. ®

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