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PSP Go/ Android 3.0 gingerbread gaming phone by Sony

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nader2013, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. nader2013

    nader2013 Android Enthusiast
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  2. El Blacksheep

    El Blacksheep Android Enthusiast

    With a multitouch virtual keyboard, I could really see myself using this, but what are the odds of this coming to Verizon...
     
  3. EZE336

    EZE336 Newbie

    that is crazy
     
  4. Jebus

    Jebus Member

    That would be pretty awesome. I'd buy it. But the battery life would be so pathetic. With all the PSX and PSP games. Not to mention the phone...that would also take quite a bit of battery power.
     
  5. supersaki

    supersaki Android Enthusiast

    Coming to Verizon - snowballs chance in hell.

    SonyEricsson hasn't made a cdma phone for the U.S. in years and said they don't plan to again.

    I can imagine. I get ~2 hours battery playing psx4droid.
     
  6. steakneggs

    steakneggs Newbie

    But... Does it blend?
     
  7. JuicyJones

    JuicyJones Well-Known Member

    Battery life might be okay. Rumor has it Sony has an Android phone that can record 720p for 12 hours straight without dying.
     
  8. ajacques002

    ajacques002 Lurker

    That's awesome! I would totally love to own a hybrid smart phone / portable gaming device.

    In fact I did almost the exact same mock-up a few months ago in PShop:
    [​IMG]
     
  9. shadowdude777

    shadowdude777 Android Expert

    Now THAT is a nice mock-up.

    ATTN Sony Ericsson: Note the two analog sticks.
     
  10. ajacques002

    ajacques002 Lurker

    Yeah, I would much prefer analog sticks, nubs, whatever....to their idea of a touchpad. Touch pad just doesn't offer the same tactile feel and precision of analog input like that. I've seen a few other mock-ups that are even better, just do a google search for "playstation phone".

    What I would really like to see is a strongly supported downloadable library of games and controls that are on par with something like the PSPgo and have all the functionality of an android smartphone. I bought a game gripper for my droid and can play emu games pretty well with it and I would definitely invest in a dedicated gaming/phone device.
     
  11. nightelvesreasy

    nightelvesreasy Well-Known Member

  12. admiralriker

    admiralriker Lurker

    I honestly see this going to all carriers.
    Isn't Verizon's new LTE Network going to use SIM cards?

    I could not imagine Sony releasing something and Iphone'n themselves to only AT&T or T-Mobile who use SIM. That is simply Jackassery. It would mean that soooo many people couldn't use it as a phone, ruining possible market share.

    Here's what I would like to see: Release the phone as a gaming console for $300 and make it able to be activated on any network. Is that in the cards? Probably not. But man, that would mean that the phone could be on anyones network without contract.

    If you made the PSP/Android or PSP2 system and only made it available if you signed a contract with a wireless carrier, then you have already lost.
     
  13. Namrepus221

    Namrepus221 Newbie

    DIdn't they try something like this years ago....and it tanked horribly.

    The N-Gage.....
     
  14. Namrepus221

    Namrepus221 Newbie

    *double post sorry*
     
  15. Crude

    Crude Android Expert

    lol the taco phone!!!
     
  16. Jebus

    Jebus Member

    Yeah. I remember that back in the day when I was in 7th grade. It was cool and all, but it looked really weird when you were holding it like a regular phone and talking on it.
     
  17. riffdex

    riffdex Android Enthusiast

    I'll believe it when I see it...
    Realistically, I don't really see how it would be possible to cram in all of the extra hardware that a PSP needs, without making the thing huge. Not to mention how big the slide-out portion would probably have to be. Even if they manage to make one that isn't humongous, then you've got to deal with PSP games on a a smaller screen. But hey - anythings possible. If anything actually becomes of this, it would be kind of surprising, considering Sony's continued stance against PSP's running anything other than official software. o_O
     
  18. dodger55fan

    dodger55fan Well-Known Member

    That is the most beautiful thing I have ever laid my eyes upon...
     
  19. dwayne3427

    dwayne3427 Lurker

    Hi all.
    Guys please help me out.
    I am thinking of buying a new PSP go having elegant skin soon, So could anyone here please suggest me some websites providing good psp go skins?

    PSP go skins
     
  20. Let me google that for you
     
  21. lizz123

    lizz123 Lurker

    Sony psp go skins features an ultra-high resolution full-color design that is printed on premium grade adhesive-backed cast vinyl with UV resistant inks and then covered with a clear protective layer for ultimate durability. All iStyles Skins use a patented repositionable and removable adhesive backing for fast, easy and accurate installation and goo-free removal.
     

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