December 13, 2010

PlayStation Phone Approaching Reality

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Some photos and video that is expected is a mobile phone from Sony's PlayStation has been circulating on the internet in recent weeks. Some sources also reveal the specifications and capabilities of these devices. Sony Ericsson is expected to release a phone with the PlayStation brand is run with Android OS in February.

The first prototype of the PlayStation phone comes in late October yesterday. Indicates that the device is run by a 1GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and 1GB ROM memory, also reinforced by Google's Android OS. The device prototype was given the name of Zeus, but it is not clear which version to use.

Reportedly several devices have been tested with Android 2.2 (Froyo), while others operated the new version 2.3 (Gingerbread). In addition, PlayStation phone will have a microSD card slot, four-inch screen, and slide-out that resembles a PlayStation control pad, and others.

Not only that, PlayStation phone device looks quite large and consisted mostly of plastic, quite different from other Android phones such as Motorola Droid X or Nexus S.

Until now, the Sony still deny the existence of the project from this phone. Maybe Sony will announce it officially at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2011.


Wow, it seems to be a very good thing. I will ask one for Christmas.

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