It is fair to say that the Sony PSP2 is now the device which is top of most of your wish lists. Sony’s lack of an announcement at this year’s E3 conference only further fueled speculation that Sony is saving their last big gun until later on in the year.
While just a new PSP device would be enough for gamers, we are continuing to hear rumors that the device will also come with phone functions, meaning that the PSP2 could come with a separate OS other than Sony’s familiar XMB interface.
If this is the case, which OS would be best suited for Sony’s new handheld? I think we can rule Apple’s OS X out of the equation, but Google Android and Microsoft’s Windows 7 could well be contenders.
Then again, it does seem highly unlikely that Sony would partner with Microsoft on a gaming product considering their fierce rivalry in the console department.
Do you think it could work? Let us know your thoughts on a possible OS for the PSP2.
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