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Thursday, 25 November 2010 10:47

Sony PSP phone reportedly launches December 9

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After three years of speculation

Ever since Apple introduced the iPhone back in the summer of 2007, fudmongers have been hinting at a possible PSP phone from Sony.

However, Sony told the world that it wasn’t developing a PSP phone, but the rumours persisted and a couple of months back it became apparent that a PSP phone was indeed in the works.

According to a leaked invitation for the Launch event in France, the new phone should be unveiled on December 9. The invitation appears legit and the launch date makes sense, as the PSP phone could be a hot holiday seller. However, as always, take it with a grain of salt.

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