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The Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone is real, poses for the camera

27 Oct

We are crying tears of joy. A dream everyone of us had for the past couple of years is finally about to come true. A dream to fuse Sony PSP with a cellphone to get the PlayStation Phone. Yeah, rumours about such a device have existed for a long time but today, Engadget brings the first live shots of the PS Phone.


The PS Phone is expected to run on the latest version of Android called Gingerbread and will sport a Qualcomm MSM8655 chipset with a 1 GHz processor. It will also have 512 MB of RAM, 1 GB of ROM and a display that would range between 3.7 and 4.1-inches.


The controls are very PSP-like and the pad in the centre is said to be a touchpad with multi-touch support. It is unknown when the device will be launched, but considering that the Gingerbread Man has arrived at Googleplex, it should not take long. We can expect an announcement latest by the first quarter of next year if it is not made before the holiday shopping season itself.


What is really unknown at this point is the kind of games we will get to see on this device. Well, for that we will have to wait for some more time. Till then head over to Engadget Mobile for more pics.


SOURCE: Engadget Mobile

Sony Ericsson's PlayStation phone plans get detailed

12 Aug

Sony Ericsson PSP Android phoneEngadget is claiming to have been briefed by one of its sources about Sony Ericsson developing a gaming Android smartphone that might get the PlayStation branding – something that gamers worldwide have been begging for. The PS Phone will run on Android 3.0 aka Gingerbread and will have a 3.7-4.1-inch touchscreen and a slide-out gaming pad. Rather than having a joystick, the device will have a big touchpad. Probably, with this phone, Android will finally see some rich games and gaming experience. You can check out more details of this phone by heading over to Engadget.

We have all reasons to believe that Google would be closely involved in this project. In our opinion, Google will not showcase Android 3.1 aka Gingerbread on the Nexus One. Instead it will demonstrate it on a variety of devices, which would include this gaming phone from Sony Ericsson and an Internet Tablet from Motorola.

SOURCE: Engadget