Japanese manufacturing giant, Sony, is quite stable with its manufacturing business. Its smartphone business may not be great, but generally, it is doing quite well. In a few months, the company will officially release the PlayStation 5 gaming consoles. Now, it is already releasing devices that supports this console. A few hours ago, Sony announced the “Ready for PlayStation5” models in the existing BRAVIA TV lineup.
Sony said that the first “Ready for PlayStation 5” Sony TV models include the full-array backlit 4K HDR TV X9000H/X9088H/X9100H and 8K HDR TV Z8H with an outstanding performance. The X9000H/X9088H/X9100H can display up to 4K resolution game screens at a frame rate of 120 fps, while the input delay is as low as 7.2 milliseconds. However, the Z8H model can display rich 8K resolution images, and it can also display 4K resolution game screens at a smoother 120fps frame rate (support specifications vary depending on PS5 games). Both series of TVs can provide a smooth gaming experience for the next-generation game console PS5.
Also, the “Ready for PlayStation 5” TV model has the BRAVIA Game Mode function. This feature automatically provides players with a low-latency and smooth PS5 game experience. Thanks to this function, the DualSense PS5 wireless controller can turn on the TV and PS5 at the same time. Also, players can seamlessly control the PS5 with the TV remote.
Sony “Ready for PlayStation 5” TV comes with the best-in-class family of X1 processors. This enables the device to deliver high-quality images, colour, and amazing contrast. In addition to its highly realistic and captivating viewing experience, this TV also promises a powerful sound.
SONY PLAYSTATION 5 HARDWARE SPECIFICATION
The Sony PlayStation 5 uses a custom AMD 8 core 3.5GHz Zen 2 CPU, a custom RDNA 2 GPU containing 36 sets of CU units, a floating-point computing capability of 10.28 TFLOPs, a 16GB GDDR6 memory, a custom 825GB SSD, and a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive. The graphics frequency is up to 2.23GHz and it supports 120Hz/8K output, 3D sound effects, etc. SSD is the key to PS5 performance improvement. The seek time of PS4 takes 2-50 seconds, while PS5 is almost instant. In terms of loading speed, PS5 can load 2GB of memory in 0.27 seconds, while PS4 takes 20 seconds to load 1GB. Sony believes that the new SSD will significantly speed up the PS5 game loading speed. According to the company, games can launch within a second with almost no loading time.