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All we know about PlayStation 5


The new PlayStation 5 console Sony is working on comes rumbling. We have compiled for you what we know so far about the PlayStation 5, which we expect to take the power clash between consoles to a very high level.

Japan-based technology company Sony, gaming lovers in the life of PlayStation consoles has a big place with. With the PlayStation 5 which will be released at the end of 2020, Sony strives to maintain its place in our lives and aims to become the manufacturer of the most powerful game console in history. Let's take a look at the information we have on PS5 so far without further ado.

Differences between Playstation 4 Pro and Playstation 5

Playstation 5

Before we list the differences between PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5 for you, let's skip the point: PlayStation 5 will be much more powerful than PlayStation 4 Pro and even any model in the entire PS4 family. If we skip this topic, we can look at the differences in hardware specifications.

CPU and GPU models

Playstation 5 CPU

Let's start with the processor: Sony used the 8-core AMD Jaguar processor on the PlayStation 4 Pro. The PlayStation 5 will also feature an AMD Ryzen processor with an 8-core third-generation 7nm Zen 2 architecture. As for the graphics processing unit, we saw an AMD Radeon (4.2 TFLOP) GPU on the PS4 Pro. Sony will use a Radeon Navi GPU for PlayStation 5 to support beam tracking technology.

What resolution and refresh rate will the PlayStation 5 support?

Playstation 5 8K Resolution

As you know, the PlayStation 4 Pro was able to deliver 30 FPS at 4K resolution. The PlayStation 5 will support 8K resolution, according to the company. Among the players, the most frequently asked question is: Will there be 60 FPS support? Although the answer is unclear, Sony's effort to make it the most powerful console in history can easily be said to offer a 60 FPS gaming experience, but no official information has been shared by the company.

How does PlayStation 5 offer storage?

Playstation 5 SSD

Sony used HDDs on all PS models up to PlayStation 5 by default. In this one, Sony changed the system completely and presented a game console with SSD. This will reduce the waiting time in the games even more so that players do not leave the game.

That's all we have on the new console for now. Stay tuned to Webtekno to stay informed.