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PlayStation Vita update adds folders, improves video playback

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An imminent PlayStation Vita update will introduce folders and improve video playback, Sony has announced.

Releasing today (April 10), system software update version 2.10 will enable users to organise homescreen apps and software into folders. Each individually named folder will store upwards of ten apps.

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The update also adds video playback via the system's internet browser, and introduces a group messaging service across PSN.

Other improvements include an auto mute function, the ability to search the body of an email, a zoom function for HD photographs, and the ability to upload game saves with a 3G connection.

It was recently claimed that Sony is planning to discontinue the 3G model of its PlayStation Vita.

The move comes after Sony reduced the price of the Vita in the Japanese market, bringing both the 3G and WiFi models down from 24,980 yen (£173) to 19,980 yen (£138).

Upcoming Vita games include Media Molecule's Tearaway, which will be released on October 22 in North America and October 25 in Europe.

Watch a trailer for Tearaway below:

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