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Sony’s PlayStation Vita to Carry 512MB of RAM

Written on August 18, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Sony has released the final specifications for the upcoming PSP successor.

After series of rumors, has finally revealed the official of its anticipated PlayStation Vita. The company confirmed that the handheld gaming device will be sporting a 512MB of , instead of the 256MB that was rumored earlier.

Last month, Dani S├ínchez-Crespo – CEO of PSP games studio Novarama – brought up some possible memory capacity features for the PSP successor. He hinted, “Remember the PSP had 32MB of RAM, we have about ten times that now.” If one would calculate, this statement would mean that the Vita might integrate a RAM memory of more than 256MB.

Apart from the system’s RAM, Sony also announced that the handheld will ship with a 128MB of dedicated VRAM and a bunch of social networking apps, such as Twitter and Facebook. The next-generation PSP will also be running on PowerVR SGX543MP4+ GPU and quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor, with support for 120 fps video capturing and 60 fps VGA rear-facing camera. Aside from that, PS Vita is as well capable of playing MP3, AAC, WAV audio files, and MPEG-4 videos.

Meanwhile, the manufacturer announced that even though the will be released this year, only those who are in the Japanese markets will be able to purchase the handheld. The launch in the North American territories has been moved to early 2012.

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