Footage of a PlayStation Phone prototype has emerged showing the device running on Qualcomm's Neocore benchmark app.
According to Engadget, the device which is also being referred to as the Zeus Z1, is shown to be averaging 24.4 frames per second in the video.
While this is unlikely to be the finished article, previous speculation suggests when the device does launch it will run on Android 2.3, and feature a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor, 8GB microSD slot, 512MB of RAM and a sizeable 4-inch display.
Earlier this week, sources within Sony Ericsson revealed that the PlayStation Phone would be available in March 2011, with outings at MWC 2011 and CeBit 2011 likely to give us our first official look at the gaming smartphone.
You can see the latest PlayStation Phone prototype video below.