CES 2020: Sony Unveils PlayStation 5 Logo, Launch Time Frame, New Details
CES 2020 got a flash peek at Sony’s logo for its next generation gaming console PS5. Contradicting the expectations, the electronic giant did not launch the gaming console but restricted the spotlight to its logo. While confirming the commercial release of PS5, Sony also revealed some of its key specifications, which have been trending for quite some time.
The company’s disclosure of the PS5 logo is its first visual confirmation for the game console though some of the specifications were already revealed last year. The PS5 logo is similar to that of its predecessor PS4, one of the top-ranking game consoles till now. The company’s tight-lipped stand on the details of the gaming console sparks some curiosity on how, when and where the console will be finally launched.
The only revelation on the relase date of PS5 is "Holiday 2020", perhaps in accordance with the release of Xbox from its tough competitor Microsoft.
The PS5 will have ultra-high SSD storage and will support 3D audio sound and hardware-based ray tracing. It will include ultra HD built-in blu-ray graphics and will support haptics and adaptive triggers
AMD’s third-generation Ryzen line octa-core CPU will gear up the gaming console. PS5 will have a custom Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) based on AMD’s Radeon Navi. The console will also engage a custom unit for 3D audio for highly immersive sound when you are gaming directly through television speakers or virtual surround sound. There is an option for headphones as well for those who would like to have An enriching audio experience.
The PlayStation 5 is apparently ‘future-proof’ as the televisions out in the current market are mostly at 4k resolution and may take a few years before getting upgraded to 8K or beyond. Regarding the frame rates PS5 will have support for up to 120FPS. The console will also ensure playing 4K Blu-ray movies on it as it features a 4K Blu-ray drive as well.
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