Tomorrow is the day that the PSP Go should be go at the E3 Expo. Sony is expected to launch the new version of its handheld device following online leaks that have included an official video mistakenly posted on a Sony website.
In the video, Sony’s John Koller said:
"It’s a 3.8” screen, it’s 43% lighter than the PSP-3000, 16 gigs flash memory, Bluetooth support and all digital content so the UMD drive goes away.”
"So it’s going to be something a lot of consumers like – download straight to a hard drive."
Sony is refusing to confirm the launch, merely stating that any official announcements would happen tomorrow.
Smaller and more lightweight than the previous version, it could pull Sony back in the handheld console stakes.
However, according to the BBC, Sony will not be announcing its slimmer, redesigned PS3 at E3 after all.