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Sony Project Q Leaked Videos & Images Emerge Online

Leaked videos and images of the Sony Project Q, a handheld streaming device for use with the PlayStation 5, have emerged online.

Twitter user Zuby_Tech has shared a couple of videos and images of the Sony Project Q in action. Based on the leaked images, it appears that the handheld streaming device is running the Android operating system. In terms of look and feel, it closely follows the aesthetic of the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller.

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Factory Leaked Project Q Images

Factory leaked images of Sony’s Project Q handheld streaming device can be seen below.

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For the uninitiated, the Project Q is a handheld gaming accessory for the PlayStation 5 developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The announcement took place on May 24, 2023, with the official release slated for late 2023. It boasts a host of impressive hardware features, including an 8-inch LCD HD screen and complete compatibility with all the buttons and functionalities found in the DualSense controller. The primary purpose of Project Q is to facilitate seamless streaming from the PlayStation 5 to the handheld device through Wi-Fi using Remote Play technology.

Project Q takes a physical form most reminiscent of the Wii U, featuring a large center screen with controller pads on either side. Sony promises this will feature the PS5’s DualSense controller, though the rest of the specs aren’t yet in our hands. Since Sony didn’t boast a high-refresh and 4K screen, it is safe to assume that the system will output at 1080p and 60 fps. This places it above Nintendo’s Switch and Valve’s Steam Deck, but it’s not cutting-edge by any means. At the very least, these specs should, in theory, keep cost relatively low.

Notes from Sony also mention that the Project Q has only been developed to stream games from a user’s own PS5. Playing from a home device would undoubtedly reduce latency issues associated with streaming via Sony’s game servers. It has been confirmed that the device will not run games natively.

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