Back in September Sony still denied that there will be PlayStationPhone. Now Engadget got several photos and some technical details about the PlayStation Phone from Sony Ericsson. The Android 3.0 based gaming phone would run on a 1Ghz Qualcomm CPU and feature a slide-out gamepad. The Gamepad shown in the leaked prototype photos are clearly resembling that of a PlayStation controller. Sony Ericsson might not call this device a PlayStation Phone, but it is one.
The PlayStation Pohone is supposed to link up to a Sony Marketplace for apps, mainly games i suppose.
Other features leaked of the PlayStation phone include 3.7-4.1-inch screen, 1GB ROM, 512MB RAM and microSD card slot.
If Sony Ericsson is still launching the PlayStation Phone in 2010 is not likely. I am also not that excited about it yet. It will take more than a slide-out gamepad to compete with a standard Android phone or the iPhone.
Centurion Corporation said it has agreed to acquire a piece of land located at Seberang Perai Selatan in Penang, Malaysia, for RM6.3 million ($2.45 million). This marks the group’s first acquisition in another state of Malaysia out ... Source: The Edge Singapore
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