itwbennett writes: "If you can play games on a phone, why can't you make a phone call from a gaming console? Well, it seems like Sony was thinking the same thing. The Playstation Vita comes with 'everything you'd expect to find in a smart phone. 3G radio, GPS, touch screen interface, front and rear cameras,' says blogger Peter Smith. And although you won't be able to make a call on this device, Sony isn't ruling out the idea for future devices. In a Q&A session (translated by Electronista), Sony Computer Entertainment Senior VP Yoshio Matsumoto told reporters '...if you’re asking if we’ve made it [the Vita OS] in a way that’s expandable, so that it’s possible to apply to smart phones and tablets on top of achieving the high responsiveness we need for gaming devices — it is possible.... that doesn’t mean that we’re applying it to smart phones and tablets at this point in time, but it’s been designed with expandability in mind.'"