First look at the AT&T Xperia Play
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One major release headed for AT&T this holiday season is the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, which we had a nice hands-on with today in New York City. This is the same Xperia Play currently offered on Verizon, meaning it's the same slide out keyboard, 4-inch FWVGA display (854x480), and 1GHz processor you've grown to love. This one, however, will be running on AT&T's HSPA+ network, earning it the coveted title of "4G device." AT&T will be offering the device in a “Stealth Blue” option, a nice addition to the standard black option we've already seen.
From our hands-on everything looks pretty smooth and ready for production. The gameplay is great, the screen is vibrant, and the OS seems pretty snappy. If you're a gamer, you'd be silly to miss this one. Whether you're biding your time to buy one or just interested in learning more, check out our review of Verizon's version here.
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-Snesoid They all extremely well except for nds4droid. N64oid occasionally lags but it is very rare. I play super mario bros. all the time on my xperia play and I enjoy it a lot it is very smooth. Also FPse and PSx4droid are both PS1 emulators but FPse runs 100 times better than PSX4droid. I recommend getting a big memory card if you plan on playing PS1 games as those roms are huge GT1 is around 500-600 mb If you have any questions feel free to ask me.
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