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Raven

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Not much room for a control pad is there?

Love my standard Xperia, just for that reason. Any phone can run PS1 emulators but the only phone to my knowledge to have a functioning game pad is the Xperia.

...the official games via the Xperia portal are terrible though. If it doesn't have a proper pad then its no better than any other Android phone.
 

Bodhi

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It will have the onscreen controls like the Arc and the Tablet S, however I would expect it will also have the ability to connect up a DualShock 3 if you want as well.

Tbh, the PlayStation Certification is the bit I am least interested in, as I have a PlayStation 3, so play games on that. Rest of it looks lovely though :)
 

old.SevenSins

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Need more info the Zeta, interested in the quad core functionality of that with ICS..

Mmmmm Zeta.
 

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I pointed that article out to my wife last night.
She went "OOOoooo!" when she saw the white one. It sounds like a 3 way split between Samsung Galaxy S2, HTC Sensation XL and now the Sony Xperia S... all in white. It comes along just when her contract is up as well. :)
 

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Interesting spec, but not all THAT advanced from the S2

8 core processor, 48GB graphics chip, 7.1 dolby surround sound, 1 TB RAM, 64 GIG ROM, 50MP camera, 12 MP front camera, 1028x2048 res....now you're talking

I've never been into the whole white phone thing. Bit too Gucci bling for me.
 

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Love the white version of the S2 compared to the black one, looks so much better imo. Will be interesting to see smartphones in 2 years time, I bet there will be 2Ghz dual cores out by then.
 

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It will have the onscreen controls like the Arc and the Tablet S, however I would expect it will also have the ability to connect up a DualShock 3 if you want as well.

Tbh, the PlayStation Certification is the bit I am least interested in, as I have a PlayStation 3, so play games on that. Rest of it looks lovely though :)
As soon as it is upgraded to 4.0 you will be to use any bluetooth controller, natively. Though I would prefer actual slide out controls. Don't want to carry round a controller just in case I fancy a game, that requires it.
 

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It also comes with its own rootkit :p I like Sony products but will never buy another Sony product until they have earned my trust back. Especially after they removed OtherOS from my original PS3. Fucking cunts.
 

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