Check out the video. I love the design and I’m sure it’s going to be very popular with hardcore gamers. A great OS and a Playstation controller is all that you need if you don’t care too much about your privacy and want to have lots of fun.
There could be some problems though. The phone probably won’t have a dual-core processor and Android is seriously limiting the amount of memory available to apps. Maybe Sony Ericsson found a way to allocate more resources to PS games.
I always thought iPods and PSPs were king when it came to mobile gaming, but it looks like things are about to change.
“Android and me” compared various phones running Android with the new Galaxy S, hosting a Samsung processor and apparently the Korean giant’s claims are true:”…the entire Galaxy S lineup) offers the best graphics performance of any smartphone”.
On top of that, the phone comes with TV-out, so you can hook it up to your HD TV and wait for games to get released on Android 😉
GearBox, a young start-up developing open devices, created a robotic ball that can be controlled via their app or the API.