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Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone leaked & previewed

Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone leaked & previewed

Sony Ericsson refused to talk PlayStation when we met with them yesterday and fondled the XPERIA Arc, but that isn't stopping the persistent leaks of the SE PlayStation Phone itself (aka the XPERIA Play). Chinese site IT168 managed to grab an extended play with the gaming smartphone, finding it powered by Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8255 and Adreno 205 GPU. Meanwhile there was also a preloaded PlayStation Pocket app store.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc hands-on [Video]

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc hands-on [Video]

Sony Ericsson has certainly kicked off their 2011 in a strong way, launching the XPERIA Arc at CES 2011 yesterday. We grabbed some hands-on time with the XPERIA Arc today and came away suitably impressed; it's not only thin - 9mm at the ends, and just 8.7mm in the middle - but the 4.2-inch Reality Display takes on Super AMOLED and holds its head up high. More details after the cut.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Announced at CES 2011

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Announced at CES 2011

Android has been seeing plenty of time on stage at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, and it doesn't look like there's any sign of it actually slowing down any time soon. Sony Ericsson is helping the little green 'bot's cause, as the company has just officially announced the brand new Xperia Arc device. While it may not be the PlayStation Phone that we've all been so eagerly anticipating, it is a device that, upon first glance and then subsequently digging into the specs, we can't help but feel a few notches of excitement about.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc leaks: 8MP, 4.2″ screen & super-slim [Video]

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc leaks: 8MP, 4.2″ screen & super-slim [Video]

Sony Ericsson's Anzu has apparently grown up and become the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc, according to the latest leaks, with the super-slim Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone expected to make its official debut at CES 2011 this week. According to Gagadget, the XPERIA Arc measures 125 x 63 x 9 mm - and 8.7 mm at its thinnest point - and has a 4.2-inch 854 x 480 multitouch display with mineral glass.

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Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone Shows Off Android 2.3, New Logos

Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone Shows Off Android 2.3, New Logos

While we're left waiting for Sony Ericsson to make the PlayStation Phone official, we'll just have to accept the continuous leaks of the device that keep popping up. This time around, the lucky owner manages to have two on hand to show off. However, we do get to see what version of Android the device, which will be known as either the Zeus Zi or Xperia Play (more than likely) when it launches, is running -- along with a new logo on the bottom-left of the slide-out board.

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Tiny Sony Ericsson XPERIA leaks with 1GHz processor punch

Tiny Sony Ericsson XPERIA leaks with 1GHz processor punch

The Sony Ericsson Hallon isn't the only leaked handset out of the company; a new, compact Android smartphone has been spotted at IT168, presumed to be the successor to the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini pro. The new phone has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a 3-inch, 320 x 480 multitouch display; it also boosts the processor over the original X10 mini pro, to a 1GHz chip paired with an Adreno 205 GPU.

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Sony PSP plans could include touchscreen

Sony PSP plans could include touchscreen

Sony's PSP Go failed to ignite the mobile gaming market in the way that the company hoped it might, but that hasn't stopped Sony engineers and designers from pushing ahead with another PSP successor. According to Sony's gaming chief, Kazuo Hirai, the company has been looking to the next-gen handheld "since the day" the PlayStation was released, and might use both a touchscreen and traditional physical gaming controls. Meanwhile, Hirai believes there's still a segment of gamers for whom the popular - and cheap - iOS, Android and other mobile games aren't sufficient.

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