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Sony Ericsson working on a PSP phone, minus the Ericsson?

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Could this be the first look of the new PSP Phone, made by Sony Ericsson?

The design of the phone is a bit unique - one side is a phone while the other side is an PSP. So, you have 2 in one device!

Sony is understood to be mooting the launch of a PlayStation-branded phone, calling into question its partnership with Swedish mobile company Ericsson.

It is thought the phone will incorporate elements of the PlayStation Portable (PSP).

It is understood the phone could hit the shelves in time for Christmas 2009.



Is this something you've been waiting for?

[Via: Marketing Week]
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As a form factor, I think it could work?

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Would be interesting but the thickness of the device will be the greatest hurdle.

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