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Topic # 66404 18-Aug-2010 15:08
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 As seen on the Engadget site...

This thing that is being planned for release by Sonyericsson is exactly what could become the "iPhone killer" in my eyes.

At the moment, I have replaced my PSP, phone and iPod with an iPhone 3GS...it does a decent job of gaming, is a good phone, has an OK camera and is functional, fun and easy to use.

The Playstation phone, on the other hand...wow!

It would be a PSP, phone, camera, PDA, music player (walkman, of course) and overall, looks like it could well be the business for those of us that find it hard to see value in jumping ship from iOS to Android.

Obviously it's not even in full production yet, but it looks like it really could be the holy grail for the gaming phone-toters...

And what's more, it's rumoured to look good, too!!!!



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  Reply # 369381 18-Aug-2010 15:38
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let's see if i have better luck with that link to the SONY Android 3.0 PSP / phone OMG-Toy-Must-Have-THING




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  Reply # 369389 18-Aug-2010 15:49
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Thanks Mr Linux.




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  Reply # 369509 18-Aug-2010 20:06
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It looks awesome! Not that much of a gamer anymore, however, my teenage self is drooling :)

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  Reply # 369597 18-Aug-2010 22:43
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Hope it's a lot better than the rubbish Xperia X10. Released with Android 1.6 and no multi touch?? Beautiful hardware/casing but the software is meh.




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