We have been hearing lots on the PS Vita ever since first details started trickling in. Rumors and speculations have been telling us much about what all the new gaming device would bring along. With the company finally unveiling the specs, it is time to rest assured that the PS Vita will be strong enough with a 512 MB RAM under the hood. The device powered by an ARM Cortex-A9 core (4 core) processor will come supported by 128 MB VRAM for enhanced video capabilities.
A close look at the specs that have been unwrapped confirms that the PS Vita would sport a 5-inch capacitive multi-touch screen having a resolution of 960 x 544 and would offer built-in stereo speakers and microphone.
It comes with dual cameras: one in front and a snapper in the rear. It supports Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Wi-Fi, 3G and offers a built-in GPS.
Different card slots are provided for PS Vita, memory and SIM. The PS has a built-in Lithium-ion battery which is recharged using an AC adaptor.
The six-axis motion-sensing system and the three-axis electronic sensors compass and a handful of buttons enhance the gaming experience. A multi-use port is provided for USB data communication, DC in, audio and serial data communication. It supports almost all types of photo, music and video formats.
The PS Vita will come unto us in two versions: a Wi-Fi only variant costing $249 and a version that includes a cell phone service costing $299.
Here’s, for you, a video that details the PS Vita.