Sony Computer Entertainment is openly discussing a delay for their upcoming PlayStation3 console, the BBC has learned:
Sony said if industry specifications on some of the PS3 were not decided soon "the launch could be pushed back".
"We're aiming for spring, but we haven't announced specific regions," a spokesman for Sony Computer Entertainment said.
They said Sony was waiting for final specifications - which are decided by industry consortiums - on some of the technology in the PS3, including that connected to the Blu-ray drive and to input and output video and sound.
"We're waiting for them until the last possible minute, but the launch could be pushed back if they're not decided soon," the spokesman said.
Sony Corporation shares fell by more than 3,5% in Tokyo. Meanwhile, Nintendo shares continue to rise and have hit a three-year high today.
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