Will the PSP's replacement be announced this week? Nintendo has finally taken the wraps off its 3DS handheld console, and we now know glasses-free 3D gaming will be hitting the UK on March 25. But gaming is big business, and Nintendo’s rivals were never going to let it have things all its own way for too long. Cue the latest claim that Sony’s rival PSP2 will also be 3D-capable, and will throw in one of Sony’s superb OLED panels as well. The source of the rumour is The Nikkei, Japan’s biggest business daily, so we can take this one with a fair degree of authority. The paper reveals that the PSP2 will have a screen larger than the current PSP’s 4.3in effort, and of course as an OLED touchscreen it’ll be a major step up in quality too. The PSP2 is also set to feature 3G, another handheld gaming first, while the on-board processor is said to be powerful enough to display HD images. That’s the good news, and should be confirmed at a Sony event in Tokyo later this week, The Nikkei says. The bad news is that we’ll likely have to wait all the way till the end of the year to get our hands on one.