While it has not been reveal how the device is to look, Sony has released details on its feature set and functionality.
The PSP display will be a backlit 480x272 pixel TFT LCD widescreen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It will be powered by a chip featuring the latest 90-nanometer manufacturing technology that boasts better-than-PS1 graphics and 3D capability. The PSP will support both stereo sound and high-quality MPEG4 video.
Games will be available on Universal Media Discs (UMD), which are 1.8GB, 60mm optical discs housed in a plastic cartridge. Aside from storing games, UMDs should be able to store a full-length MPEG4 movie or a music album. Finally, the device will offer a USB 2.0 port for connectivity to a PC, PS2, or other PSPs.
Specific details on release dates and pricing are expected to be announced at a later date.