According to Nenmark Benchmark Post Sony is working on a Tegra 3-powered tablet. The Tablet run on Android 4.0 and featured a display with a 1280×800 resolution (the same as the Tablet S). The benchmark result is tied to a device with model number V150 and was made by a user with the name ‘sony s1’. Unfortunately, the benchmark was run on an outdated version of the app, but Tegra 3 tablets like the Asus Transformer Prime sit close to the top of the updated app’s leaderboard, so performance shouldn’t be too much of a concern. Its scores match up with what we have come to expect from other devices running the quad-core platform from NVIDIA.