Here at DVICE we like us some leaks, and this one will have gamers looking forward to Tuesday. Sony is unveiling the PSP Go at E3 in Los Angeles, and pictures of the handheld have already hit the web. The UMD disk format has been dropped, but there's a 16GB flash memory, plus a Memory Stick Micro slot and Bluetooth support.
The details were leaked in a video put up on a Sony website, before being taken down — but the game was up. In the vid, Sony's John Koller says of the new console: "It's a 3.8-inch screen, it's 43 per cent lighter than the PSP-3000, 16 gigs flash memory, Bluetooth support and all digital content so the UMD drive goes away. So it's going to be something a lot of consumers like - download straight to a hard drive."
The PSP Go also boasts full PlayStation Network support, so you can play movies and TV shows on it, and is integrated with the PlayStation 3. Some gamers, however, are not happy with its lack of dual analog sticks. From what you can see here, and in the gallery below, what tricks have Sony missed?