The PlayStation Phone with Android Gingerbread, Videos
Today, we have news which may be one of the most important releases for Christmas in the field of mobiles.
After weeks of leaks and more leaks about the issue, now a couple of high-quality videos of the future Sony Ericsson Z1, Zeus, or as many know, the PlayStation Phone have been leaked.
In the video, we can see how the terminal is running what appears to be an updated version of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The device, which is evidently quite real and functional, has an aesthetic similar to the PSP Go.
There is another video where we see firsthand the application that loads the PS games, but unfortunately not showing any of them. However, it shows that the application interface, with tabs and Timescape, is similar to the PS 3 or PSP.
You can see the videos and more info here.
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