Sony have revealed the official specs for the PS4 Pro (formally the Neo), their new 4K games console out in November.
The processor and GPU are not a huge step up from PS4 but seemingly enough to cope with higher resolutions than standard HD, including 4K, according to many of the developers and publishers interviewed today.
Processor: x86-64 AMD Jaguar 8-Core
GPU: AMD Radeon 4.20 TFLOPS
Memory: GDDR5 8GB
Optical Drive: 6 speed Blu-ray
Output: HDMI 4k/HDR
USB 3.1 x 3 AUX x 1
Ethernet IEEE 802.11 A/B/G/N/Ac
Another interesting point to note is that Sony haven’t included a UHD Bluray Player in the console. This may be for several reasons; to keep costs down in order to make the console affordable (which they’ve certainly done at £359) and also because the world is heading towards streaming and digital content and the PS4 Pro will have access to both of these from Netflix, Youtube and the Playstation Store.