Sony Computer Entertainment has confirmed that it will no longer be producing the PSPgo.
Sony is rumoured to be stopping production of the PSPgo, according to a blog post written by a Japanese Sony employee.
Multiple sources have also confirmed to VG247 that PSP2 is currently codenamed "Veta". PSP2 is rumoured to be ready in time for a late 2011 launch.
Peter Dille, senior vice president of marketing at Sony Computer Entertainment America, has responded to rumours of a so-called PlayStation phone – following a reveal of pictures on Engadget this week.
The highly-anticipated new God of War game for PSP is out early next month, although the developer - of what is one of the biggest handheld games for Sony – thinks that rampant piracy is killing the platform.
The first pictures of the much-rumoured Sony PlayStation Phone prototype have been leaked onto the internet.
Sony has slashed the UK price of its digital download-only handheld, the PSPgo, knocking a healthy £65 off the previous recommended retail price of £225.
In a presumably unguarded moment, a developer working on the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot has revealed he has used a PSP2 and has called it a "powerful machine".
SCEE President Andrew House has revealed how Sony plans to reposition the PSP in the market, marketing the handheld at younger gamers than it has previously.
ExclusiveRumours that Sony is planning to release a PlayStation-branded Android phone later in 2010 have the games industry excitedly looking forward to next week's GamesCom event in Cologne in Germany and to the annual Tokyo Game Show in Japan later next month, hoping for some concrete news on the future of PlayStation mobile.