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PSP2 specs leaked

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http://www.industrygamers.com/news/psp2-to-be-as-powerful-as-apples-next-ipad--iphone/

While all the rumors so far have indicated that the PSP2 will be about as powerful as PS3, newly leaked specifications for Sony's next portable would seem to indicate that it could be on par with Apple's next iteration of the iPhone and iPad devices.

French tech site 01net has released a set of possible technical specifications for Sony’s PlayStation Portable 2 that were obtained via reliable anonymous sources. The specs reportedly come from a PSP2 Debug unit, so the final hardware could differ, but here’s a rundown of what’s on display.

Screen: 5" OLED multi-touch screen

Control: A Multi-touch trackpad (rumored to be on the rear of the unit), four face buttons, two shoulder buttons, two analog sticks, directional pad

Resolution: 960 x 544

CPU: Quad-core ARM Cortex A9

GPU: PowerVR SGX 543 MP4+

RAM: 1GB LPDDR2 in the Debug unit, with 512 MB possible in the retail unit

Storage: 16GB flash internal (like the PSP Go) and an SD slot

Connectivity: Wi-fi, 3G, and Bluetooth

Extras: Accelerometer, GPS, gyroscope, and two cameras: one front-facing and one rear-facing

The system is apparently less broad than the current PSP, but higher, and not pocket-ready. The resolution is exactly four times that of the classic PSP, so emulation of older games may be possible. The report says that we can possibly expect a commercial release in November of this year.

The interesting fact is when combined with another rumor, via AppleInsider, a new picture forms. The AppleInsider rumors, which come from sources that were correct about the chips powering the iPhone 4 and 3GS, say that the next iPad and iPhone devices will use nearly the same CPU & GPU combination as the PSP2. Apple will reportedly use the ARM Cortex A9 and the PowerVR SGX543 MP2, which is a dual-core solution of the same quad-core GPU rumored for the PSP2.

This will put Sony’s next portable on the same hardware footing as Apple’s next product. The iPhone is already host to impressive titles like Infinity Blade, and the shared hardware may make iOS to PSP2 ports a reality, opening up a possible avenue for Sony.

Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until Thursday for confirmation on the actual system.

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as far as i can tell thats gas coz according to this:

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the Quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor hasnt been released by nvidia yet

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they are better making a phone with a kickstand and/or dock

you can play games with the touch screen

or plug in a dual shock controller

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I will cop a psp phone and a psp2

Because I am addicted to technology

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I will cop a psp2

Because I am addicted to technology

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will be sh*t just like the psp

psp was only good cos you can play ps1 games

the games sony made was nearly all remakes of old games

no originality!!!

there was a few sick games i must say

but i prefer my ds over my psp

dragons quest 9 >>>

i will be coppin a 3ds

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Day 1 for sure
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what are the games gonna be sayin though?

n the ocuhpad at the back is abit weird

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not feeling that new interface though

an enhanced xmb with touch controls wouldve been way slicker than that

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yea that whole sphere icon thing is not working for me

with 3G, we gonna be able to get this now on a contract like iPad and Galaxy Tab?

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