PlayStation Phone leaks with “PlayStation Pocket” game store

January 7, 2011
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Sony Ericsson's PlayStation Phone - aka the XPERIA Play - has been previewed in a Chinese forum, with the handset's specifications confirmed along the way. According to IT168, the PlayStation Phone runs Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8255 paired with the Adreno 205 GPU; there's a 4-inch display running at 854 x 480, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, 512MB of RAM/ROM and a microSD card slot.

There's also microUSB and dual microphones for noise cancellation, while the battery is a 1,500mAh unit. An app called PlayStation Pocket is loaded, which seems to be the gaming download store.

[via Engadget]


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  • http://www.jedimoose.org mrben

    The figure I’d be most interested in is battery life. 1500mAh sounds a little weedy if you plan to use the phone as a serious gaming unit as well as a phone – I know that my HTC Desire has limited life if I start playing 3D games a lot.

    • Karunck86

      i am getting an error downloading games from the pocket pls help

  • jay

    No dual core NO care. Really sony . You are coming late to the game and you bring this with a single core. I hope they rethink this before it is released . Am a ps3 fan and this really disappointed me in every way.

  • http://minmasri.blogspot.com boby

    TO jay, no dual core? so what, whats important for a gaming console is the quality games..Look at Wii and NDS especially for example, they dont have dual core, but they do sold well.

  • rumba

    poo poo poo poo

  • rumba

    i like it, i want it. just so i can smash it into a million pieces.

  • Maxwell2288

    Verizon’s version of this phone doesnt have playstation pocket so right now verizion can go fuck it’s self

  • quintana2

    That stupid whats the difference beetween the verizon version

  • Twtwestcott1

    these phones are junk i had one and it only lasted me a month

  • Dalochnesmonsta

    screw all of you its a phone…that you can play playstation games on. isnt that enough alone?