Remember the Xperia Play 2 concept by Jsus? There’s now an alternative to that idea, created by Bob Freking this time: the Sony Xperia Play HD. This design keeps pretty much the same sliding part of the original Xperia Play, but totally revamps the specifications to a modern level. The
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After showing us a nifty iPad 2 concept, Joy Studios now reveals a Sony Playstation Portable Phone design. This device is based on Android 2.2 and it’ll support an update to Android 3.0 in the future. Also, it comes with a 3.8 inch Sony Super LCD touchscreen, supporting a 480
As we’re getting closer to what may be the launch of the very first PSP Phone, there’s another nifty concept of the device to glance at. Pictured below, the PSP Phone design made by iSuriv is based on the Sony Mylo 2 combined with a PSP and an XPERIA handset.
Well “video” is a strong word for a single pic with a song in the background, but we’ll give this design credit for its looks, not the presentation method. Created by Casper-Zeta, the following PSP Phone concept combines the looks of XPERIA X10 with the form factor of PSP Go.
It’s been a while since we saw the last Playstation Phone, but here’s another design, created by Frank Tobias, also known as Remort1, on the Esato board. The back side of the PSP Phone reminds us of the Playstation3 console, while the front side is very basic, with a full
Esato board user Sealover94 designed a great PSP Phone concept, a sliding device with unknown features and its maker claims that any input is welcome, so you can suggest new features and design traits, if you want. I spot an 8 megapixel camera at the back, also a front videocall
We’ve missed showing PSP Phone concepts, specially since they’re all we’ve got right now, because Sony prefers to focus on the their losses and crisis, instead of a potential console/phone. The PSP Phone 3000 was designed by YouTube user ivanUshline and it packs two sensor analogs that can be used
Browsing through the archive of the Esato board concepts, I’ve stumbled upon two hot PSP Phone designs that impressed me. They have quite a lot in common, starting from the color and the fact that they include touchscreen displays. The first concept belongs to Sealover and it’s a dual sliding
I’m betting on a PSP Phone release till Christmas, since the console and related products launches have been rather weak this year. Sony would surely have an upper hand on the competition if they do decide to release such a device. In the meantime we take a glance at Oli’s