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Sony’s next-gen PSP has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, quad-core GPU as well

You know that crazy next-gen PSP with multiple touchpads, dual analog sticks, and quadrupled resolution that Sony just trotted out? Yeah, it’s got a quad-core Cortex-A9 and a quad-core Imagination Technologies PowerVR SGX543MP+ GPU doing the grunt work within. We’ve never seen a handheld this powerful. Then again, considering the darn thing won’t be launching until this holiday season, maybe quad-core parts will be the least Sony will need in order to match up to the “super phones” coming up this year. We’re just wondering how long any of these souped-up portables will last on a charge. Full spec sheet after the break.

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