Selling used phones could help people save for PlayStation mobile
27 October 2010 — 3:55 PM
Fans of the Sony PlayStation may wish to start selling their used phones as soon as possible in order to raise cash for a planned release of a mobile by the console maker.
Asavin Wattanajantra, writing for CNET UK, confirms plans for a Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone have been announced.
Expected to be available at some point in 2011, the revolutionary device is likely to be a must-have for video game enthusiasts.
Commenting on a prototype of the model, the author states: "You can see it looks very much like the PSP Go, with the screen sliding up to reveal those familiar PlayStation square, triangle, circle and cross shoulder buttons."
Mr Wattanajantra goes on to suggest consumers have been waiting for this device for five years, since the launch of the PSP Go.
Damien McFerran, writing for the same website, recently suggested the Sony Ericsson Cedar is a mobile phone with good functionality and an attractive design.
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