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The PlayStation Phone is Calling Your Name

Posted on Tuesday, October 26 @ 19:47:48 Eastern by
Ring, ring. Who is it? It's the PlayStation Phone.

Thanks to some leaked pictures that have hit the 'net, courtesy of "sources" close to Engadget, what appears to be a Sony Ericsson-branded PlayStation Phone has been revealed. The phone, which resembles both a PSPgo and a touch-screen smartphone, features a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, and runs on Google's Android OS.

Instead of a QWERTY keyboard sliding out from under the touch-enabled screen, a D-Pad and face-buttons -- similar to the PSPgo's -- are in its place. Also included are L and R shoulder buttons and a touch-sensitive pad which appears to replace analog sticks.

If all of this seems too hard to believe, check out the pics for yourself below:


 


[Engadget Via PlayStation LifeStyle]
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