Sony PS Vita may come sooner than expected

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Sony's new generation handheld gaming
console might arrive in countries
including India much before than what
was being expected as a year ending
launch. Sony PS Vita, the next generation handheld gaming
console, may be launched ahead of its existing
counterpart with additional functionalities like 3G mobile network connectivity and GPS, making it nothing short of a tablet device. As The Mobile Indian reported earlier, Sony might be looking at a year-end or an early 2012 launch
but the plans now seem to have changed over time.
According to a upcoming games launch flyer that
was received by people over at IGN, the Sony Playstation Vita will make its debut in the United
Kingdome on October 28 this year. Following
which, the Indian launch of the PS Vita does not
seem so far away and it is highly possible that the
device might hit the Indian stores by end of October
or in early November. The Vita has some impressive configuration to
flaunt as well. The Vita features a quad core mobile
processor based on the Arm Cortex A9 architecture
and a dedicated GPU. The device also features a rear
and a front camera. The Vita also features a
capacitive track pad at the back of the device like the one featured on the Motorola Backflip for easy
and accurate navigation. Sony has included a six axis motion sensing system
that comprises of a three axis gyroscope and a
three axis accelerometer for accurate motion
sensing. Besides, a three axis compass has also
been added to the device for location based
tracking in conjunction with the integrated GPS system. Till now, there has been no change in the price
pertaining to the offerings and the PS Vita will be
available in two variants: the Wi-Fi only variant for
$249 (Rs 13,000) and the 3G variant for $299 (Rs
15,000), which is not a high price to be paid for an
advanced gaming console.
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