This is built to be a gaming machine, not a phone. They're not trying to offer smartphone capabilities. They're offering what's very close to a portable PS3.
I love the tech, but I (and consumers in general) don't want a 3-hour-lifespan brick that only plays games. It's going to have to impress in many facets beyond tech specs to succeed. As more details become available, we'll see what it can really do and we can go from there
After a price is released, I want to know how much money Sony makes (or more likely loses) on each unit too, as I find it highly likely that it will be a loss-leader.
Edited by staryoshi - 1/27/11 at 11:17am