Sony Ericsson Xperia Play will be coming out on the Verizon network in March on early spring.Sony Ericsson Xperia Play will launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a 4-inch WVGA screen that may use the same Bravia Engine that’s present on the XPERIA Arc…….
Sony Ericsson will release the PlayStation-certified a Android-based Xperia Play phone for the next month which is confirmed at a Sunday media briefing.U.S. mobile operator Verizon will be the first carrier to have the phone in early spring, making the device available to the carrier’s 94 million customers.Sony Ericsson marketing head Steve Walker said his company is currently working with other mobile carriers which he expects to also soon reveal Xperia plans.Sony Ericsson said Xperia Play has 50 titles confirmed to be ready for launch and that number is growing. There will also be classic PS One titles coming to the device.Also partnering with Sony Ericsson on the Xperia Play is major game engine provider Unity Technologies which has 350,000 registered users worldwide who will more easily be able to bring their Unity-based games to the Xperia Play. Sony Ericsson confirmed that the Xperia Play which has a slide-out gamepad that features a PlayStation-style D-pad, thumb sensors and X, O, square and triangle action buttons.The Xperia Play will also be the first PlayStation-certified phone. Sony’s recently-announced PlayStation Suite initiative will bring other Android-based games to mobiles for helping address the market for smaller, less expensive mobile games.