Sony Ericsson Xperia Game phone or more popularly known as the "PlayStation Phone" was finally released recently, several months after its launch in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world. Dennis Manzano, CEO of Sony Ericsson Philippines, portrayed the phone as "a product that changes the game.""It's about entertainment and communication," Dennis told reporters at the launch of the Smartphone in the city of Makati.
Powered by Google’s Android 2.3 OS (gingerbread), Xperia game has a 1 gigahertz snapdragon, a 5.1 megapixel camera, Adreno 205 GPU, a music player, sound recorder and other applications. The horizontal slider phone also has a keyboard similar to the PSP (PlayStation Portable) Go - a handheld game console manufactured by Sony - PlayStation is the first Smartphone certificate.
Worth at P19, 990, the device comes preloaded with six game refer to "FIFA 2010", "Bruce Lee", "Battalion of Stars", "Madden NFL 11", "Crash Bandicoot" and "The Sims 3" , a favorite of old game of PlayStation.
"For months, some people have been screaming for the game Xperia. Now it is here in the Philippines, straight away in time for the Christmas period," said by Vince de la Cruz, the group of Sony Ericsson in Philippines "marketing product manager."There are many smart phones in the market, however only one that focuses on the game," he said.
Dela Cruz said that Sony Ericsson desired to take benefit of the industry's fastest growing mobile game, which he said is now worth $ 7 billion. The company expects to capture a large portion of the gaming market, along with dela Cruz said that the regular gamer is not a teenager, but at 30 years of age also.