Sony and Google have been keeping their secrets about Android TV up their sleeves, but it seems like the cats out of the bag. Check out what’s happening.
How does a quad-core HTC device with Playstation games sound to you?
Sony Ericsson recently announced a bunch of new Android phones at the MWC 2011, notably the Xperia Arc and Xperia Play. Canadian carrier Rogers has officially announced that they will
Sony announced earlier today that an official Playstation application is coming to Android handsets in the near future. Now, before you run outside and scream to the heavens, you should know this is likely not the app you are thinking of. Rather than working as a portal to download games to Android devices (Playstation Phone), it’s more of a Playstation Network app.
It looks like the Internets has stumbled across two new Playstation Phone videos! The device looks to be the same as we’ve seen time and time again, but these videos give us a pretty decent look at the software.
Like most things in the tech world, my opinion of the Playstation Phone has been reserved until I could see a working model and touch it. The phone could be a giant flop, like most gaming phones in the past, or it could be a huge success. Given Sony Ericson’s previous Android phone attempts, I am skeptical. The guys at Techblog.gr apparently got their hands on one of the field demos of the phone, and were able to shoot a Mr. Blurry Video.
Sony Ericsson’s CEO, Bert Nordberg, was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal where he spilled a few details on the rumored PlayStation Phone. When pressed about the device, Nordberg said, “…there’s a lot of smoke, and I tell you there must be a fire somewhere.”
More rumors surrounding Android-based PlayStation Phone are starting to come together. New evidence of something called “Z-System. ” Code named “Zeus” Furthermore, these details were backed up by this VG247