hmm.. i have one question.
its a remoteplay app (ps3) on this xperia play ?
The phone is official, no rumor.
go to Sony Ericsson website, the Phones section and click the Features filter button and from the menu that opens up, tick the PlayStation™ remote play feature.
There you go.
This phone, I believe should have an OS other than the Android. I'm slightly skeptical as to whether or not games can be made for Android which could be as powerful as those PSP games. I thought (and still think) that Android gaming is synonymous with casual gaming !!!
As always, the proof of the pudding will be in the software. But if SE makes an effort to encourage software developers it can really bridge the mobile-gaming and mobile-communications markets. Maybe it'll be a bigger success than PSP for that very fact.
IMHO SE/Sony should have this as their primary mobile-gaming platform, the successor to the PSP. Then develop a proper tablet-sized tablet (7"+) for more serious web-browsing, productivity, media and casual gaming. Perhaps with Android 3?
distributor, 23 Dec 2010PERFCET PHONE , this phone is what all we wish to have . same as everybody i just cant wait fo... moreYa but! The other brands are easier to get repaired Sony Ericsson phones are hard to get repaired
This will go the same way as the Discontinued N-Gage.
Six months we will be asking Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone did they ever exist & what the hell did they look like again? As some people are asking NOW!!
Also will they have cartridge games like N-Gage or download I wonder?
I am very open to getting this regardless of not having a keypad. To me though is the CPU power and the browser as well. But I hardly use my phone for calls, lol. Mostly messaging and browsing the web.
If I know SE, & I think I do, this phone will be way over-priced, lack in features, & will be an all out failure.
SE are the only ones that seem to under perform even more than Nokia these days.
Is it going to support PSN games? I seriously doubt it. I think it'll be merely an Android smartphone aimed to provide better gaming control, similar to what you get with a Droid/Milestone with the clip-on gamepad. It's not meant to replace the PSP or the upcoming PSP2. So it'll merely be an Android smartphone able to provide some gaming entertainment.
Hardware-wise, unless it goes at least Tegra it'll be quickly left behind...
Neogeo, 23 Dec 2010It's not that bad as you sound. Consider PSP only had a 533 MHz processor. It's the GPU that p... moreyes so people now can stop talking smack about the N8
since it's using the same CPU as the psp the clock speed is higher and it has GPU
PERFCET PHONE , this phone is what all we wish to have . same as everybody i just cant wait for this phone . SPECIAL GAMES : Call of Duty , Fifa 11 and much much more .
Perfect screen with hich resolution and is very very appropriate on hands . u cant stop playing with it .
We all know that Sony Ericsson is BEST : Camera phone , Music phone , Game phone ,Quality phone .
Sony Ericsson is not cheap as Nokia or Samsung . We all love SE .
SONY ERICSSON make.beleive
But knowing Sony they will probably release psp2 with onboard 3G a few months later making the xperia phone obsolete. I'm not going buy the phone unless they announce some kick ass game specific for the device.
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2010By the time this phone is release, it will be a DOA phone (game) 1. Slow OS, probably Android... moreIt's not that bad as you sound. Consider PSP only had a 533 MHz processor. It's the GPU that play the majority role of the high quality graphics.
I m into this thing. Having n95 n ipod touch already, android delivers newness to me. And as other droids offer me no new game (over my ipod catalogue), i wud better take a gamble with xperia-play. I m not a fan-boy of any brand or os,n simply dont find too much wisdom in sticking to monotony (in name of loyalty).