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Playstation Phone Previewed in Two Clear Videos: Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Gameless

Hooray look at that! Some dude on the other side of the world has a Playstation phone (otherwise known as Zeus Z1), and he (or I suppose it could be a she) put up two videos of it working. Here you'll see quite a few fine features like the slick new Android 2.3 Gingerbread interface, the super sensually smooth sliding of the back panel becoming game controls, and the big S in square in the center of the controller. Pay close attention to the moment the screen turns to the Android version, I know that even though you knew what it'll say, you'll still be excited to see it.

Sony Ericsson Z1 PlayStation Phone Spied in Video

There's no denying that there's a significant amount of hype being built up around the upcoming "PlayStation Phone." While the details about the device are still up in the air, as far as concrete information goes, we can safely say at this point that a few things have been confirmed: like the current mobile Operating System on the device, and the fact that it's still just as mouth-watering as ever.

Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone details leak: BRAVIA screen, MWC 2011 debut

New details on the so-called Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone have emerged, with the handset tipped to use BRAVIA branding for a display that's supposedly on-par with the iPhone 4's Retina Display. According to MobileCrunch's source, the handset is on track for a Mobile World Congress 2011 launch in February next year, since it is "no where near ready" for a holiday 2010 release. What's left unclear is how the phone will be branded; it seems Sony Ericsson will be sticking with their XPERIA name, since the PlayStation Phone most likely won't be able to run actual downloaded PSP games. Instead, it will get custom mobile games, specially created for the platform and priced at sub-$10. The handset itself is internally expected to come in at around $500 unsubsidized, including a five game bundle. As for "Z-System", that's supposedly the umbrella title for both the Sony Ericsson gaming platform and the distribution system, and it's undecided whether games will be distributed separately to the Android Market or, as Google is apparently pushing for, in a new, custom section of the Market. The tipster - who apparently has a track record not just of successful information but with mobile gaming - reckons it's "the best gaming experience [they've] ever had on a mobile device," which leaves us eagerly anticipating MWC in a few months time.

PlayStation Phone arriving December 9th?

The PlayStation phone has sure been a device of excitement and wonder. Being a phone that will be heavily focused on games (PSP Go with a phone) it's expected to be an impressive device both hardware and software wise. Details of its release have been scarce, but it just may be coming December 9th.

Sony’s Exec. admits PSP could use cellular connection, ‘other smart phone gamers aren’t satisfied’

Peter Dille, Sony's Senior Vice President of marketing at SCEA, had a recent interview with CNN, and said some interesting pieces of information regarding the new Playstation Phone. While still sticking to company policy about not spitting any rumors, Dille said that the fact that there is no cellular connection on the PSP really holds back the lines of portable gaming consoles. "The PSP is a Wi-Fi device," he said. " People are used to having connected devices."

PlayStation… Phone? Yes! PlayStation Phone!

So Sony Ericsson is going to blast out a phone branded with none other than the ubiquitous PlayStation marking on it. The greatest controller ever is being applied to a telephone, and not just any telephone, one with Android 3.0 (looking more and more everyday to be the new Gingerbread.) With it there's be a custom Sony Marketplace for games made just for this device, 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655, 512MB of RAM, 1GB or ROM, and a screen ranging from 4.1 to 3.7 inches. That ugly egg thing in the middle is more than likely a multitouch touchpad.
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