Two things leap to mind this morning:
1. Sony has
2. The PlayStation Vita handheld has a 3G version, and .
Somehow, can Sony's full control over the mobile phone unit lead to what I've been hoping for for years--a true PlayStation phone, preferably in the form of a revamped Vita?
While the logical thinker might say no, consider the odd forgotten Android phone with : a control pad with buttons, but no analog sticks. Downloadable PlayStation games, but old, old-school PS1 titles, not PS2 or PSP games. When I played the Xperia Play months ago, it already seemed clear to me that the , even without technically being a phone.and its failed attempt to mesh an
The Vita,, has a U.S. release that's been pushed to February 2012. There is, indeed, a 3G version of the Vita in development for use on AT&T's network, although at this point it doesn't appear to handle voice calls.
The. Sony has the rare ability to build a phone and gaming hardware into one device. Why not take advantage?
Do you agree? Would you even want a Vita Phone? Or, do you thinkSound off below.