Though Sony had launched the Xperia Play to catch up with the need of adding phonetic functionality in accompanied with a full-fledged gaming device, the compromise had bounced back due to the partially updated Android OS library which let the users only to play a couple of old game titles on a much hyped gadget.
On the contrary, Sony's new comer in the gaming field, the PlayStation Vita, is equipped with updated software library offering numerous console-quality experiences, but this device, like other hardcore gaming firmwares, lacks ample facilities for mobile connectivity. Though the 3G variant offers a contract-free cellular connection to get everything ranging from Web surfing to multiplayer gaming, but it also doesn't have a voice calling option.
The recent release of a Skype app by Sony has created the possibilities for a PlayStation phone come alive. The process of getting it working is given under, but, the level of this functionality depends upon the user's experience.
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