This looks like a Sony Ericsson Vivaz running Android and featuring a sliding gamepad (which is, of course, very PlayStation-esque).
According to Engadget, the PSP phone comes with a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor, 1GB ROM, 512MB RAM, MicroSD card support, and a touchscreen display that measures around 4 inches.
Nothing that’s hard to believe here. But the photos probably don’t show a real PSP phone prototype.
That’s because Sony Ericsson states:
“These images are definitely fake.”
So there you have it. Sure enough, Sony Ericsson is most likely working on a PSP Android phone (maybe with Gingerbread), as we’ve heard before. But this just isn’t it.
Update: weird enough, Now Gamer, the website that reported about Sony Ericsson’s statement, now changed the company’s declaration into: “We do not comment on rumour and speculation.”
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