PlayStation 5 (PS5) is coming – Sony gets necessary trademarks

Sony PS5

In recent times, there has been a couple of speculations regarding the upcoming PlayStation 5. Although, we know that this device will be called “PS5”, there is now an official confirmation. Following the submission to the Swiss Intellectual Property Agency on January 27, the British Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has also approved Sony’s trademark application for “PS5” on January 30. The application is categorized as Class 9, which includes gaming consoles. In the coming days, Sony will undoubtedly apply for the same trademarks in multiple countries to ensure global protection.

PlayStation 5

At least through this trademark disclosure, we can be more certain that Sony’s next-gen console will be called PS5. In addition, this trademark application definitely prepares the way for a formal announcement of PS5. Looking at the PS4 situation, there was an official announcement a few days after the trademark application. This suggests that there could be an official announcement of the PS5 in a few days.

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According to reports, the PlayStation 5 official specs will be released on February 5th at the PlayStation Meeting event, which will be held at the Sony Hall in New York City. There are also rumors that the announcement may happen on February 15th. It is worth mentioning that the PlayStation Meeting is an event by Sony to show important PlayStation products. PS4 was also released at this event.

PlayStation 5 – other reports

In other reports, we recently saw the development user interface of the PS5 for the first time. From the screenshots shown, the console interface of Sony PS5 looks similar to that of PS4. It uses a familiar square tile design as well as a blue background. In addition, the Sony PS5 host has a 1TB SSD and the system version is 0.100.020. As for its design, some sketches of the upcoming PS5 gives us a clue to what this gaming console will look like. The sketches are from a recent patent filing by Sony. Although the patent application is not confirmed, the sketch is not far from what regular gaming consoles look like.

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