PS5 Specifications, Preorder, and Advantages over PS4 Pro. The new PS5 was launched on June 12th of this year with many features. Now let’s take a look at how it’s better over the PS4 Pro and many other things.
PS5 Specifications, Preorder, and Advantages over PS4 Pro
The PS5 launch was with much hype and the release came as a shock to many. The new era of consoles which is a slim console with no optical CD disk drive. Although Sony has not announced the PS5 price or release date, we now know a great deal about what we can expect when the PlayStation 5 releases later this year.
Sony unveiled the DualSense PS5 controller earlier this year, which includes a host of impressive-sounding features such as haptic feedback, adjustable triggers, and a built-in microphone. Nevertheless, what really stands out about the DualSense controller is its significantly different look and black-and-white space-age color scheme, and it turns out that the PS5 style has a similar look this is a major change from its predecessor.
The PS5 has an AMD Zen 2-based CPU with 8 cores at 3.5GHz, 16GB of GDDR6 memory, and a custom RDNA 2 AMD GPU that puts out 10.28 TFLOPs of processing power. The PS5 also has a DualSense Controller included with many games that were released during the launch.
The PS5 also has the ability to be backward compatible with the PS4 games. The console supports ray tracing, the output can go as high as 8K and will give 120fps at least when in 4K. The console also has an SSD which allows it to load games faster. The PS5 is also compatible with PSVR (Play Station Virtual Reality).
The PS5 has 2 versions, a standard edition with a 4K Blu-ray disc drive, and a slimmer, disc-free Digital Edition. Together with a new PS5 wireless headset and a media remote, both use USB-C charging for their controllers and can use an HD camera accessory.
PS5’s Advantage over PS4 Pro:
The PS5 is much more powerful than the PS4 Pro. The new AMD chipset with the new AMD GPU with 10 TFlops and Ray Tracing than the older 4 Tflops without Ray Tracing beats it. The higher 8K output than the PS4 Pro’s old 4K output provides PS5 with more clarity while gaming.
The PS5 has an SSD while PS4 Pro has a Harddrive which is much slower while loading games, while the SSD makes it really fast while loading games.
The PS5 is set to be put on sale during the Holiday season of 2020 in the USA which is October and December 2020. The price has not been decided yet, rumors suggest that it might be out with a $499 price tag.