Finally, the new Sony PlayStation 5 revealed, it comes with two variants that one is a standard edition, and another one is a digital edition with no optical drive. The Gaming console shows a very futuristic white look that matches the DualSense controller design at a first impression.
However, there’s two versions of the console confirmed as I told before – One with a driver for Blu-Ray Discs and an only-digital version with no optical drive. The console has a sleek and vertical design filled with white panels on either side.
The PlayStation 5 supports standard USB-A and a USB-C port on the front, which we can spot from the image, but we expect more port on the back of Console. The PS5 can be oriented horizontally or vertically.
Sony PlayStation (PS5) Specs
- Processor 8x Zen 2 Colors 3.5GHz
- GPU 10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs 2.23GHz
- Customized RDNA 2 GPU architecture
- 16GB GDDR6 / 256-bit RAM
- 448GB / s Memory Band
- Custom 825GB SSD Storage
- Flow Rate 5.5GB / s (Raw), Typical 8-9GB / s (Compressed)
- NVMe SSD Slot Storage Expansion
- External USB HDD Storage
- 4K UHD Blu-ray Driver Disc Player
Sony also showcased some of the new accessories for the new consoles. One of them is an all-new PS5-focused Headset with 3D Audio support and built-in microphones with noise-canceling. The company also offers Charging Station for charging two DualSense controllers simultaneously, an HD Camera for possible motion tracking, a new Pulse 3D Wireless Headset, and finally, a Media Remote for using the console as a Blu-ray player and streaming box.
Unfortunately, Sony doesn’t give any hints of the pricing and launch date of the new PlayStation 5. We expect more at the end of the 2020 launch.
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