Recently at the PlayStation Meeting 2016 Sony has announced the PlayStation 4 PRO (previously known as PS4K, PlayStation NEO, PS4.5, etc.) maintaining that all PlayStation 4 consoles will still share the same ecosystems, and no exclusive levels or features will come to the PS4 PRO. Instead, the full specifications upgrades of the hardware will be used to improve the graphical and technical performance of games ( i.e. frame-rate and resolution).
PlayStation 4 PRO
Release Date: November 10, 2016
Included HDD: 1TB
HDMI Output: HDR 4K / 1080P
Custom 8-Core AMD Jaguar (2.1GHz per Core)
4.2 TFLOP AMD Radeon
8 GB GDDR5
Memory Bandwidth: 218GB/s
Sony stated that they’re “not trying to blur the line between generations” and also announced a much awaited PlayStation 4 Slim while giving a price drop to PS4 hardware at the same time. The PS4 SLIM will release on September 15, 2016 at a price of $299.
PlayStation 4 Slim
Release Date: September 15, 2016
Included HDD: 500GB (1TB Version Coming Soon)
HDMI Output: HDR 1080P
Custom 8-Core AMD Jaguar (1.6GHz per Core)
1.8 TFLOP AMD Radeon
8 GB GDDR5
Memory Bandwidth: 176GB/s
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