Sony has confirmed it’s at least theoretically possible that the PS Vita OS could come to smartphones and tablets. That note comes as the company admits it needs to establish the Vita as a long-lasting brand rather than a one-off gadget.
Earlier last week, we posted a video of the PlayStation Vita OS in action, recorded at Gamescom. This time, it looks like Sony has released some official screenshots of the OS, showing exactly what you can expect from the new interface. You make already know that the XMB will no longer be used in the upcoming portable console. Instead, Sony has developed a completely new OS.
Despite the anti-spying systems at gamescom, someone has managed to sneak out a video of the PlayStation Vita’s user interface. The video shows that the interface can be navigated using the somewhat unresponsive touch screen (which isn’t good for Sony), but lets hope its better once the final product is released.