No, those stories were talking about the PSP2 and those are dual analog touch pads most likelyCould this be what the rumors were about, like the one about a developer having one already and dev kits going out to numerous developers, could it have actually been about this rather than the PSP2?
Also, looks cool, I like that it has dual analog touch pads (?), hopefully they feel more natural than dual analog sticks on an iphone touchscreen.
Gizmodo has nothing but a link to Engadget's story, what the fuck are you talking about?Gizmodo has posted plenty of pictures to prove its fake. Don't speculate it's real because its not.
It's an android phone, So, it has all of the applications from the Android Market presumably, and of course it can play music, why wouldn't it?Curious as to how this works outside of gaming. How is it as a phone? What applications are available for it? Can it play music?
Gizmodo has posted plenty of pictures to prove its fake. Don't speculate it's real because its not.
http://gizmodo.com/5674138/meet-the-playstation-phoneLooks like the folks at Engadget got their hands on photos of something interesting: A PlayStation Phone. We've heard about this mysterious device in the past, but this is the first look at a prototype model.
The phone apparently has a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 chip, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, and support for microSD cards. It's speculated that it will run Android 3.0 and offer a custom Sony Marketplace. There aren't many other details, but you can check out more photos of the prototype unit over at Engadget. [Engadget]
Thank you! Someone has common sense to actually do a little bit of searching and figuring it out if its fake or not.Am I the only one not believing that?
This has "BS" all over it SO badly.... why do ppl fall for that all the time?