The discovery of a new game cartridge patent has fueled Sony to compete with the new Sony PlayStation portable console with Nintendo Switch.
Later, the rumors of new U.S. PSPs were reported annually by a financial report by Sony. The report explained Sony's reasoning for staying in the phone market, paying special attention to Sony's 5G technology (all portable devices can be connected to the cloud). The statement said that Sony "is capable of being used in Sony Group for the development of 5G technology."
Sony's new cartridge patent
As 5G hoped to use "Sony Group", the eyes started naturally with Sony's portable gaming efforts. If a PSP appears on 5G technology, Sony should theoretically not worry about internal power and processing, and instead of top-level PS4 games, for example God of war and Red Dead Redemption 2 laptop on device.
So, about this new patent. As TechTastic originally found, cartridges are similar to the new type of the current PS Vita cartridge and will therefore be used in the new Sony theoretical computer. Exciting, right? Not quite
Our friends at Push Square have made some holes and found that Sony has really used it: the children's toy was released in 2017. There is a picture there.
Certainly, it's a modifier game changer, and although Sony's handset is not believed to be dead endless, it's hard to get this patent being the key to the new PlayStation portable.
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