After careful consideration and feedback, Sony plans to leave the Playstation Phone at Gingerbread.
The “PlayStation Phone” hits it stride with a full library of games written for the added hardware buttons.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY finally makes its way to the United States later this month as Verizon confirmed a May 26 launch date. Announced in a press release today, the game-focused device will run customers $199 with new two-year customer agreement.
Now that the PlayStation Phone has landed in a number of markets, Sony Ericsson needs to generate interest and get people excited over the phone/gaming device hybrid. And, no, we’re not talking about freaking people out with Androids with human thumbs. Thusly, the company has …
Sony Ericsson has a handful of new clips to hype the Xperia Play. Featuring the very funny Kristen Schaal, each ad shows us how awesome the “PlayStation Phone” really is.
The PlayStation Phone is set to get some great exposure in the gaming community thanks to a partnership with the MLG.
According to Sony Ericsson CTO Jan Uddenfeldt, the “Playstation Phone,” the Xperia Play, may launch on more than one U.S. carrier. Uddenfeldt said that Sony Ericsson is excited about their new partnership with Verizon as part of a new focus by SE on the U.S. …
In what was no surprise at all, Sony Ericsson officially announced the storied “PlayStation Phone,” the Xperia Play, at MWC on Sunday. We also could have guessed that we’d get official word about the Xperia Neo, based on the leaked photos of it last week. But …
Rumors of a PlayStation phone have swirling for months, and more recently we learned it will be called the Xperia Play and saw a fairly thorough hands-on with the device. Yet it has not been officially announced. But now, Sony Ericsson has taken to their Facebook page …
A leaked copy of Sony Ericsson’s first ad campaign for the PlayStation Phone has arrived online. Android is ready to play, are you?
Engadget, long a source for excellent PlayStation Phone rumors, has just published their exclusive hands-on with the device. Known formally as the Xperia Play, the phone gets an extensive walkthrough and early preview. Those lucky fellas over there tell us that the phone has been there daily driver for the last few days and things look to be as advertised.
This is a big one. Chinese website IT168 posted a lengthy, rich, and media filled PlayStation Phone preview. The article confirms many of the phone’s specs, and also dives into the software and gives us a good look at the OS.
Here’s a bit of a 2-for-1 Playstation Phone rumor for you guys to chat about. Engadget believes that the hotly anticipated handset may end up with the name of Xperia Play.
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