EndGadget drops PSP Phone specs
EndGadget says it has its hands on four videos of the PlayStation Phone thanks to the Chinese website IT168, and they have dropped the full specs of the device.
EndGagdet claims that it’s not confirmed that the “said Xperia-branded device is powered by a Qualcomm Adreno 205 GPU, along with what’s likely to be a 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8255 as featured on the HTC Desire HD.” Neocore reports a 59.1 frames per second figure, and Quadrant reports a high score of 1,733.
Other information taken from a variety of resources is that the phone will have a resolution of 8454 X 480, a 4″ LCD screen, a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with an LED flash but without the ability to record HD videos (the latter part has not yet been confirmed), a battery capacity of 1,500mAh, a 512 MB RAM and ROM, a microSD slot, a SIM slot, a miro-USB slot, and a second microsophone on the back of the device for active noise cancellation. The device’s game running… thingie is called the PlayStation Pocket.
Well, now it’s more or less confirmed. Heck, it IS confirmed, albeit unofficially. Although, Sony did hint at it at their CES conference yesterday.
EndGadget also got their hands on new images of this PSP Phone earlier this week as well.