PlayStation Project Q Video and Images Leaked

Among Sony's recent announcements there was also PlayStation Project Q, a more or less portable console, of which some footage and images have leaked online recently.

PlayStation Project Q has shown itself in some stolen images and videos leaked on the net. The new remote gaming device designed by Sony and presented a few weeks ago is not receiving particularly enthusiastic feedback from fans. Check out the leaked images and video of PlayStation Q below.

PlayStation Project Q Video and Images Leaks Online

playstation project q video and images leaks online

Sony recently announced plans to make a portable console for PS5 owners. This console is known as PlayStation Project Q and now some images and video have leaked on the net revealing that the project seems to work with Android.

As reported on the Resetera forum, where the stolen photographs were published, basically PlayStation Project Q can be described as an Android tablet attached to a PlayStation 5 controller. The photographs show the device in operation and also the same with the screen removed. To be honest, even the quality of materials and workmanship doesn’t feel worthy of an official PlayStation product.

The console appears with a large screen in the center, flanked by a DualSense controller split in two and attached on both sides, just like the Joy-Con on the Nintendo Switch.

The photos also show that Project Q will not have proprietary software, which makes it a device for simply streaming video games from a console. It’s basically not a stand-alone product like it was for PSP and PlayStation Vita and that too leaves fans confused. The interface, in fact, is typical of Android, with an application drawer and a navigation system with three buttons.

Precisely in this regard, many are already observing that the Android operating system will lend itself to “hacks” capable of allowing some users to make changes to the device. Obviously, it is assumed that the final software will be different from the one glimpsed in this video, but the presence of Google’s operating system certainly bodes well, even beyond just streaming games from PlayStation 5.