In response to the runaway success of smart phones as a platform for casual games, Sony Ericsson has created a phone designed for game enthusiasts. Instead of a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, it features a slide-out game pad and a processor that can deliver 3-D graphics at 60 frames per second.
Product: Xperia Play
Cost: Not available
Availability: Spring 2011
Companies: Sony Ericsson
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