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We are not sure if this official update is root friendly.To update to Gingerbread, you’ll need to have Sony Ericsson PC Suite installed on your PC.You can read more about the update from Sony Ericssons official page here.The Xperia Play is a smartphone with elements of a handheld game console produced by Sony Ericsson.More images of the device were released by Engadget on October 29, 2010 showing the device running Android 2.2 Froyo and showing its model as "Zeus", it adds that there are several of these devices in internal testing stages with at least one device running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.A video showing the device in the wild in Greece was leaked on December 1, 2010, It showed the device running Android 2.3, and reported that the device's final name would be the Sony Ericsson Z1 though this has not been confirmed by multiple sources.

In June 2009, The Nikkei reported that Sony Ericsson were developing a "cellphone-game gear hybrid" as a competitor to Apple's i Phone, combining the functionality of a mobile phone and a handheld gaming device.With the marketshare for dedicated handheld game consoles diminishing into the 2010s due to the rapid expansion of smartphones with cheap downloadable games, Sony attempted to tackle the issue with two separate devices; a dedicated video game console with elements of a smartphone, called the Play Station Vita, and a smartphone with elements of a handheld console, the Xperia Play.Originally rumored to be a "Play Station Phone", the device shed the "Play Station" branding in favor of the Xperia brand, running on the Android operating system.The first solid details about the phone came via Engadget in August 2010, reporting many leaked details about the device including that it runs Android, it is a sliding phone with a button configuration similar to the PSP Go, with some technical specifications.Several sites however, have questioned the legitimacy of the images of the device in question, though Engadget has rebuked these theories and shown their proven track record of leaked devices which include the i Pad, 2010 Mac Book Air and the Nexus One.

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