New leak gives us a closer look at what’s inside Sony’s Project Q

Remember when Sony gave us a sneak peek of the Project Q handheld back in May? Yeah, that was more like a teaser trailer than an actual reveal. Sure, we got to see the 8-inch HD screen and heard about “remote play over WiFi,” but it felt like we were being strung along. We were left with questions buzzing around our heads: What’s under the hood of this thing? Is there built-in storage? How much is this going to cost me? And for crying out loud, what operating system does it use? Well, fast forward to now, and thanks to @Zuby_Tech’s Twitter leak, we’ve got one less mystery on our hands. The video shows the device running a bare-bones version of Android – controlled by touch, analog sticks, and face buttons. PlayStation Project Q Leaks:#PlayStation #ProjectQ— @Zuby_Tech (@Zuby_Tech) July 22, 2023 Getting some serious Sony Xperia Play vibes yet? Hold your horses, though – odds are most users won’t be messing around with this backend interface. We’re expecting something shinier that mirrors the PS5 menu for day-to-day use. But having Android at its core has stirred up some buzz among tech enthusiasts who can smell potential for emulation beyond what Sony intended. Sony might not be throwing a party at that prospect, though. If Project Q is indeed powered by Android, they can only do so much to stop it from turning into an emulation device — unless they make it as appealing as week-old sushi. A lot…New leak gives us a closer look at what’s inside Sony’s Project Q

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