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Monday, 07 February 2011 23:50

SonyEricsson teases Xperia Play

Written by Fudzilla staff


Coming soon, so they say
SonyEricsson has come up with a pretty funny teaser for the new Xperia Play, its eagerly awaited PSP smartphone.

There's still quite a few unknowns, but the full spec should be revealed this weekend. In any case it's an Android based smartphone, and to the best of our knowledge, the only smartphone ever to be designed with proper gaming in mind.

It's worth noting that Apple's iPhone has become the platform of choice for users who are into mobile gaming and it has managed to attract quite a few casual gamers. However, the Xperia Play is a different story altogether, as it is designed around classic PlayStation controls hidden under a sliding screen. The familiar layout should allow for much more flexibility and more complex games than the iPhone, which relies solely on touch input.

The Engadget crew had a go at the new Xperia and you can check out their preview here.
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