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Fresh pics have surfaced showing Sony's upcoming Xperia-branded Android tablet refresh following the machine's unofficial outing last month.

The Xperia is said to contain an Nvidia Tegra 3 CPU, pack in a 6000mAh battery, and sport front- and rear-facing cameras of one and eight million pixels, respectively. The body is cast in magnesium-aluminium alloy, a posting on XDA Developers claims.

That's where the snaps - which confirm the 'flattened Tablet S' styling of the previous leak - come from.

Sony Xperia Android tablet
Sony Xperia Android tablet
Sony Xperia Android tablet

Source: XDA Developers

Expect to pay $400-600 for an Xperia tablet with 16-64GB of storage when it ships in September, the post notes. ®

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