We have some more details on the unannounced, but seemingly real Playstation Phone by Sony, as Engadget has managed to obtain a few new pictures of the elusive device, as well as some more details on the phone.
According to their latest report, the handset has been spotted running Android 2.2 Froyo, instead of Android 3.0 which is meant to be the final version which will retail – although we still don’t know whether this will be Gingerbread, or another name.
A new image showing the settings menu of the device has once again confirmed that Sony are calling this the ‘Zeus’ internally, but again, we don’t know if this will end up being the final name for the phone.
Other specs include an MicroSD card support, as another picture showed the device running an 8GB MicroSD, and at least 512MB of RAM, although Engadget still believe that the device will ship with 1GB as previously thought.
We haven’t asked you for your thoughts on the actual design of the phone yet. These latest shots now show the front cover of the Zeus in it’s entirety – is this something you would end up buying? Check out the latest images over at Engadget and give us your thoughts on them.
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