Pretty sure this news will create waves in all smartphone makers hearts, Engadget has got news from a ‘trusted source‘ that Sony is working on a new phone which will change the android gaming industry forever. Apparently Sony is making a new Super Phone which will be based on the Android 3.0 aka Gingerbread and will have PSP go like controls to support all the PSP gaming right on the phone.
Some tech specs from Engadget :
Here’s what we can tell you about the hardware: if you’re a gaming fan, this is exactly the kind of phone you’ve been waiting for. The device is described as cross between the Samsung Captivate and the PSP Go — in other words, it’s a landscape slider with game controls in place of the typical QWERTY keyboard. The D-pad is here, but instead of the small joystick, the device will have what was described as a “long touch pad” for analog controls, along with standard PSP buttons and shoulder buttons. The phone has a large display, described as being between 3.7 and 4.1 inches with WVGA or better resolution, a 5 megapixel camera that we’re told might not be final, and it’ll likely have a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU on board
Every one making their own mockups on how the phone will look, I have compiled 3 which I came across till now :
Ofcourse First is one from Engadget who broke the story :
Second one is from Gizmodo, who can’t be left behind in all this :
Sony phone department is not rocking like it used to be, with stiff competition from companies like Apple HTC, Samsung and Motorola, Sony does need to take some drastic steps and QUICK. And if this PSP Phone rumour is true then Sony is already having a winner in their hands. Pretty sure this is not the first news on this phone and I will be sharing them as they come out.
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