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Information about the Sony PSP 2 will be made public soon, with an official announcement round the corner.

Industry moles have divulged the news to gaming trade title MCV that all will be revealed at an event in Tokyo on 27 January.

Major developers are already working on titles for the device after publishers were informed of Sony's plans last year, the paper reports.

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Sony's PSP Go

Mobile tech has evolved so much since the PSP was launched six years ago, that a Sony Ericsson PSP Phone is expected to be on display at Mobile World Congress 2011 in February. A sign of just how overdue a next-generation version of Sony's handheld device is perhaps?

The PSP 2 will go head-to-head with Nintendo's 3DS, set for launch next month in Japan. Can Sony outshine Nintendo in the handheld market? What are your views? ®

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