Amazing Sony PSP Mobile Phone Clone

Posted: Nov 6 2006, 5:22am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:17am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Amazing Sony PSP Mobile Phone Clone
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A Chinese company made a mobile phone which looks like a Sony PSP.

It is not just a little similar. They feature very recognizable details from the Sony PSP on this mobile phone dubbed V191. Instead of PSP the company has the word FUN (hilarious) printed on the back inside the signature silver circle. The size of this gaming phone is about half that of the Sony PSP.

To top things off this actually very cool looking mobile phone (I somehow feel the urge to own one) is featuring a Nintendo game emulator to play classic games.

Features of the V191 phone include microSD card slot, mp3 player, video player, 1.3MP camera and comes with 20 classic Nintendo games. The price for the Sony PSP appreciation phone is 5,400 HKD (~$693). I am not sure how long Sony's lawyers will stay put, if this phone actually hits the market.

More details and tons of photos on PhoneDaily (Chinese). Via AkihabaraNews.

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