Rumors and speculation have been growing over a Sony Playstation mobile phone.
Over at Engadget, new photos of the likely candidate show a device that could form part of the new Xperia range, expected to be announced by Sony Ericsson on 13 February, with names such as the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play or Zeus Z1 being suggested.
The photo shows the familiar Playstation buttons on an Xperia based frame, with a 4.1 inch screen, running the Android OS.
With Microsoft integrating Xbox gaming into the new Windows Mobile OS, Sony must be keen to launch a handset that allows dedicated gamers to stay on brand.
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