February 13th, 2012, 21:28 Posted By: wraggster
Gaming platform is expandable says firm's senior VP.
Thus far, Sony's latest handheld gaming device, the PlayStation Vita, is only available in Japan, with an international release taking place on February 22nd.
Despite its lack of presence, rumours are already circulating about the compatibility of the Vita OS on mobile devices.
According to AV Watch, at a Q&A session, Sony's senior VP Yoshio Matsumoto, said : "If you're asking if we've made it [the Vita OS] in a way that's expandable, so that it's possible to apply to smartphones and tablets on top of achieving the high responsiveness we need for gaming devices — it is possible."
Sony, of course, is an old hand at mobile gaming, as demonstrated with its Xperia Play device, which offers over 200 games.
Sony broke off its ten-year partnership from Ericsson last year, in a bid to compete in the smartphone space and a Vita-based gaming OS could certainly have the potential to make that happen against the likes of leaders iOS and Android.
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