PSP Phone gets a sleek new look

The item regarded by many to be the new ‘Playstation Portable Phone’ shows off its new look  as UK telecom company O2 give the handheld a makeover.

With the announcement that Sony have in fact confirmed the NGP/PsP2 to be launched later this year, we still find it difficult to fight the urge to call the new Sony Xperia Play the ‘PSP Phone’.  

Looking hotter than beef madras in a smelting factory the spanking new-look Sony Xperia Play, ( the one-time fabled PsPhone ), has been given a makeover fit for a Queen by UK telecom outfit O2. Looking stunning in its new guise the Xperia Play is to be offered to UK customers in the very elegant, yet almost clinical, white skin that is in sharp contrast to the more mundane silver effect, and we have to admit that it is looking all the more beautiful for its sexy new appearance.

The Sony Xperia Play will go on sale in the UK and across Europe in a matter of a mere few months time, and whilst the rest of the world may be happy to have the posh portable in its original styling we have to say that we much prefer the fresh, clean driven-snow white of the UK version. But judge for yourselves and leave us your thoughts on the suave new must-have mobile in the comments section below.

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