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Sony has bitten back at claims that it may be developing a PlayStation mobile phone with Sony Ericsson, stating that a senior staffer who was reported to be hinting as much was "misquoted". Sony Computer Entertainment’s co-COO, Jim Ryan, was this week quoted by India's Economic Times, as saying that convergence between Sony …

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  1. Chad H.
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    As Sir Humphrey used to say...

    Since its been officialy denied, it must be true. Possibly not with Erricson however, trying to leave your partner out of the loop like Nintendo did with you (with the Snes CD) huh Mr Sony?

  2. Richard Gadsden
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    PSP2 with 3G?

    Isn't it more likely that they're planning to put some kind of wireless data capability in a PSP for on-line gaming?

    Obviously, if it's UMTS/HSDPA, then it will nominally be a phone - but in practice, it's about as much a phone as a Dell laptop is (also comes with integrated HSDPA data card).

  3. hans
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    Web 2.0 Enabled

    Is it web 2.0 enabled as thats gotta be worth paying for, whatever it is, oh and is it available in orange?

  4. Anonymous Coward
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    Great Idea

    I would buy it. It makes a lot of sense as a device, now that Remote Play has been added to the PSP/ PS3, having 3G to be able to use it (almost) anywhere would be a major plus, along with the web browser and online gaming. All they need to do is sort out a decent text entry method, maybe a touchscreen or small keyboard. A far more attractive proposition than a bloody Iphone, that's for damn sure.

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