The Sony Ericsson Z1, also known as the PlayStation Phone is a mobile phone designed by Sony Ericsson, which has worked closely with PlayStation. The aircraft, whose existence has not yet been officially confirmed, can access the PlayStation Store and play the content. Minis and PSOne games should be played without problem, but the PSP Games are unlikely to turn on the phone.
The site Engadget has been approached by several sources who confirmed the existence of the unit, posted the first pictures of Sony Ericsson Z1 and, more recently, video. The latter, somewhat fuzzy, however, showed no telephone at all angles. The problem is solved with not one but two new videos.
The first is short but interesting enough that the user launches the application PlayStation. It seems that it is from this application that we can play our games and access the PlayStation Store. No game seems present in the collection, we can not confirm the type of content that will read the phone.
The second is longer and gives us an overview of the PlayStation Phone. No application is launched, but the device is open, closed, on, off, the user rotates in all directions to show the phone's design.
The device could be officially presented on December 9, or the Mobile World Congress in February.
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