Alright, it's "just" an Android phone with a d-pad, shoulder buttons, and four face buttons (plus a touchpad and secondary buttons), but it obviates the lack-of-physical-buttons complaint so often raised with regard to the smartphone as a gaming platform.The 3DS has strong support as a gaming platform (not least of all from Nintendo itself) as well as a 3D display that's unlikely to be duplicated by any gaming phone any time soon, but how can the PSP/PSPgo or even the PSP2 survive with a PSPhone on the market? Is Sony shooting itself in the foot here (or is Sony-Ericsson shooting Sony in the foot, as the case may be), or can it eat its cake and have it too?

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