Sony PS5 specs will be revealed tomorrow. Microsoft just released the full spec sheet for its upcoming Xbox Series X game console online. Sony has now announced that it will reveal details about its upcoming PlayStation 5 (PS5) console during its “deep dive” session that will be streamed live on the company’s official blog on March 18, during its “deep dive” online event. “PS5 system principal architect Mark Cerny will speak on the PS5 system architecture at 9 AM PST, which will convert at 9:30 PM IST tomorrow. The company will broadcast the event live on the PlayStation Blog. When the live stream is available, we’ll also link to it below.
As of now, we know that the PS5 will come with a custom AMD octa-core CPU paired with a custom AMD Radeon Navi-based GPU. The CPU is based on AMD’s 3rd generation Ryzen CPU line. The console will support 8K resolution at unknown frame rate, 4K 120Hz 3D audio resolution. We don’t know anything other than this like storage space, graphics RAM type, and more.Express Tech is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@expresstechie) and stay up to date with the latest tech newsWe expect the PS5 to come with similar specs to the Xbox Series X, which includes a custom AMD Zen 2 CPU paired with a custom AMD RDNA 2 GPU. 16GB of GDDR6 RAM and 1TB of NVMe SSD storage, with support for 1TB expansion cards.
For now, we don’t know what the device might look like. There are some renderings in nature, however they are too far off in looks that we cannot identify if any of them are correct. Sony could end up showing off the device at tomorrow’s event, shutting down all rumors about what the device looks like. Sony earlier this year announced that the device will go on sale this holiday season. However, a recent report claims that both the new Xbox and the PlayStation could be delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company could end up cleaning up some smoke from this and help us know if the report has any merit.Indian El TecNoticias is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay up to date with the latest headlines