First official PlayStation NEO specifications leaked

This evidence is a new set of internal slides from Sony regarding the PlayStation NEO, which was leaked onto PS4-5-NEO-pdf" target="_blank">Scribd.

Sony's popular gaming console, the PlayStation 4 (PS 4), could very well be the most successful so far, which is also probably the reason why it took some time before the company eventually made a decision to give it an update.

First spotted by the folks over at WCCF Tech, the images look to have been taken from an internal presentation, outlining technical specifications, instructions for developers and much more.

The page did not refer to the coming console as "Neo" or as the PS4.5, but it was a new console listing. Game N Guide reported that the new gaming console is also expected to have a larger memory capacity and external storage options compared to the original.

Of course, this is all subject to change, but from October, there's going to be some game releases that support the PS4 Neo. A 1920x1080 or 3480x2160 display buffer will be prepared depending on the display connected.

PS4.5 or PS4k or PS NEO, the latter which is a codename for Sony's upcoming hardware, will play all PS4 games and also offers 4KTV owners some extra visual fidelity and enhanced resolution.

The upgraded version of PlayStation 4 will have 4K output at 4096×2160 pixels.

We've reached out to Sony Interactive Entertainment for a statement about this outage, and we'll update this story with any new information. The Xbox Project Scorpio will load a game even if it's not 4K. Those kits are to be returned to Sony in early 2017 in exchange for "mass-produced units".

Why would Sony choose an October as the inception point for PS4 Neo games if the console didn't launch in October?

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