This time, they have including a few more details of what’s happening beside that control panel. The phone ran Google’s Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread on a 4-inch capacitive touch-screen, and came with a noise-cancelling microphone for during calls.
The controls look very similar to the PSP Go console (pictured on the right), we can see the L and R buttons on the sides. Aside from that, with the control panel it looks like a typical Sony Ericsson smartphone.
Flipping it over the camera on the back is an autofocusing 5-megapixel with LED flash.
Price? Date? No luck there, but we’re still betting on getting all the details at Mobile World Congress next month.