Sony's PlayStation Phone leak brings benchmarks & specs along for the ride [video]
Sony’s PlayStation Phone has still not been officially confirmed by major Sony executives, though the industry and photo buckets have been buzzing with news of the Xperia gaming phone for quite a while now.
While we’ve had leaks the size of video previews before, we can now enjoy some benchmark videos and more details on the specs and UI. The phone apparently achieved a solid 59.1 frames per second on Neocore benchmark, with a Quadrant score of 1,333. The PlayStation phone is supposedly powered by Qualcomm’s QSD8255 1GHz Snapdragon processor and Adreno 205 GPU. All in all, way more powerful than the 333MHz chip-powered PSP Go.
The PlayStation Phone’s latest specs include a 4-inch (854x480 pixel) display, 512MB RAM and 512MB ROM, 5MP camera with LED flash, and a second microphone for active noise cancellation.
Some interface elements were also revealed, with the game sub-system labeled as the PlayStation Pocket. It still remains to be seen what sort of games will run there, seeing the stark hardware differences between previous PlayStation portable offerings.
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