The new PlayStation 4 model is called the PS4 Pro, and it’s expected to be smaller, lighter, and thinner than the existing PS4 model.
But if you were hoping for something that’s just as powerful and portable, this could be the best one out there.
The new PS4 is the first PS4 that Sony has ever released with a dual-core processor, and its graphics chip is also a new one.
The processor has the same clock speed as the PS3, which means it can run at 4.1GHz.
That’s the same speed as on the current generation of the PlayStation 3, but it can’t go as high as the current PS3 or Xbox 360.
The PlayStation 4 Pro will also feature 1080p video playback and an integrated camera that can shoot 1080p HD video.
The PS4’s internal battery can last for two days of normal gameplay and one day of 1080p streaming.
The battery can also be charged in two hours.
The specs are identical to the PS 4 that debuted in December.
There are a few differences in the new model.
It’s powered by an 8-core Intel Atom X5-8180, which is faster than the X5 chips found in most other current-generation PS4s.
It has a 12MP rear camera with f/2.2 aperture, and a 4K front camera.
Sony is touting a 4,000mAh battery, which would be the same size as the 8,000-mAh battery found in the current-gen model.
It also has an 8MP sensor in the back, and Sony is using it to capture more images and take them in higher resolutions.
The sensor has a resolution of 8,560×2,160 and has a 3x optical zoom and a f/1.9 aperture.
Sony has also added a new feature to the camera.
It can capture photos in 1080p at 60fps and 720p at 120fps, which are higher resolution than the current 720p standard.
This means the camera can capture images that aren’t just the typical 1080p or 720p, but the full 1080p resolution, too.
The only difference between the 1080p and 720ps photos is the amount of noise.
This new camera feature is new to Sony, and the new Sony has also taken steps to make the camera look better.
It is now able to capture photos with higher dynamic range, better color reproduction, better image quality, and better noise reduction.
It also supports RAW capture, which allows you to capture images at high quality with less noise.
Sony is calling this feature HDR, or High Dynamic Range, and I’m not sure I buy that name for a reason.
HDR captures photos with a lot of detail and sharpness, but when you get to the end of a scene, HDR takes away some of that detail and makes the photos look blurry.
Sony also claims that HDR captures the same kind of dynamic range as its own HDR image mode, but I’ve never seen this type of image in use.
Sony claims that it captures the best of both worlds.
If you’re shooting HDR in the background, you’re looking at some very beautiful, detailed images.
But when you’re in the middle of a shoot, the images just look like they’re washed out.
I think HDR works well for some people, and there are a number of users who like the higher dynamic ranges.
I think the new camera is an upgrade over the PS5.
I don’t think you should get a Sony camera that’s a step up over the current model.
But it’s worth noting that Sony’s new cameras are still limited to 720p resolution.
It won’t support 4K resolution at all.
It doesn’t support HDR.
So it’s still a good-looking camera, but if you’re using a Sony TV with HDR support, the PS6 will be a better choice.