After what seems like an eternity of speculation regarding its development, Engadget has posted photos of what they claim is a genuine PlayStation Phone running Google's Android operating system. This handheld features a 1 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, and 1 GB of ROM, and it has a screen in the neighborhood of four inches.
As you can see, the underlay buttons are consistent with that of the PSP. But instead of an analog nub, we have what appears to be a touchpad in the center of the device. Engadget is reporting that this particular unit is still in the prototyping phase and has some bugs in it.
The PlayStation Phone [Engadget]