Much Better PlayStation Phone Video Gets Posted

Posted: Dec 4 2010, 3:37pm CST | by , in News | Gaming

Much Better PlayStation Phone Video Gets Posted
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When will this baby actually come out?

We've now got a much better look at what appears to be the official PlayStation phone, and it looks like it's pretty much finished so we can only wonder now when it will actually come out.

Just a couple days ago, a video of the phone went online, but it was extremely blurry and far away, so no one really got a good look at it. This one is completely different.

The video shows the phone as running the "Gingerbread" version of Android, which has yet to be released to the public. It also shows how the phone slides open to reveal a game pad instead of a Qwerty keyboard. There's also a PlayStation icon in the app list, giving credence to the idea that it will be able to play PlayStation games.

The app looks different than the PSP; it has tabs for "recently played," "library," and "all." The video, however, doesn't show any games as being available.

The phone will reportedly not have the word "PlayStation" in its name. Supposedly to make it as mass-market as possible, it will just carry the generic name "Zeus Z1."

We're hoping for an official announcement soon, perhaps at January's CES event. It would certainly excite many a PlayStation fanboys.

Via Engadget

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