Sony has its plans to debut the awaited PSP Go in October with a suggested price of $249 at an ongoing event in Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2009 conference in Los Angeles.

The new PSP Go has a 3.8-inch screen, Bluetooth support, slide-up screen, 16GB of onboard memory while keeping its original Wi-Fi capability and M2 memory stick port.

The New PSP is now 40 percent smaller and 40 percent lighter compare to the original PSP-1000 and is now boost its downloading capabilities.

Sony also mentions that it would be shipping a Pink version of the PSP-3000 for advertising with the Hannah Montana crowd of girls. In additionally, the firm will also debut its Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo PSP in the October.