PlayStation Phone

The PlayStation Phone designed and developed by Sony which was in rumor for several weeks has finally turned into exactly true news. It is being said about this Sony’s latest phone that probably the commercial mobile markets of the world will be displaying this latest development of the company very soon for the users across the globe and would be a reality very soon.

Recent sighting or you may say leakage of PlayStation Phone of Sony, which was much anticipated by users because of several rumors around about this mobile phone, is now getting out of rumors as its images are seen widely on different tech related or mobile related blogs and forums. Potentially the release, launch or market or this Sony mobile will be made by the company sometime in 2010’s end otherwise definitely in year 2011.

The images of PlayStation Phone were initially got by En-gadget but can now be seen freely and easily on almost every tech blog today. Android 3.0 Gingerbread is being said as the running operating system of this mobile which is Google’s production. Its processor is known as Snapdragon processor which is of 1GHz and screen size would be around 3.7 inches.

Other features of PlayStation Phone are touchscreen display, 1GB ROM, RAM is 512 MB, a memory slot of micro SD, the button of PlayStation which is sliding, camera of 5.1 megapixels and keyboard is of QWERTY typed. Though some are expecting its release probably before Christmas, but still not clear the exact schedule of this mobile.

How to use the PlayStation Mobile app

The PlayStation mobile app allows you to browse PlayStation profiles, compare trophies, and purchase content from within the app. It will then automatically download to your console as long as it’s active or in standby mode. The app lacks some functionality such as messaging ,which has been moved to a stand-alone app, but it remains a worthwhile companion for PS4 owners. If you need to message a friend on PlayStation Network (PSN) or check your PlayStation account from your phone, you can also use Sony’s new My PlayStation social portal in your web browser.

Either way, we’ll take you through the process of connecting your phone to a PS4, step by step.