PlayStation Project Q Pictures and Footage Have Leaked Online

Sony’s cloud-streaming portable device was unveiled in May and is set to hit store shelves sometime this year.

At its PlayStation Showcase in May, Sony unveield Project Q, a portable cloud-streaming device that’ll play PS5 games via remote play, but barring some brief details, not much else is currently known about the handheld. However, ahead of its launch, which is schedueld for sometime later in the year, it seems images and footage of the device have leaked online. Check them out below, courtesy of @Zuby_Tech on Twitter.

The sizeable handheld is clear to see in the images, which also show its internal components, while what look like some menus can also be seen in the footage. The footage also seems to suggest that the Project Q will be running on Android.

Previously, Sony has confirmed that the Project Q, for which an official name has yet to be revealed, will feature an 8-inch HD screen, and will also come with all the buttons and features that are found on the PS5’s DualSense.

As per recent leaks, the handheld device will have a battery life of just 3-4 hours.