In October 2023, the PlayStation 5 Slim series from Sony was released worldwide. It has since spread to a number of foreign markets, including those in the US, Europe, and Japan. Now, later this week, it will finally arrive in India.

The newest PS 5 Slim series will go on sale on April 5, according to a statement made by Sony on Tuesday, April 5. Similar to the original models, it is available in two variants: the PlayStation 5 console (CFI-2000 model group – slim) for Rs 54,990 and the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition (CFI-2000 model group – slim) for Rs 44,990.

The main features of Sony’s most recent game console, the PlayStation 5 Slim:

Its design hasn’t changed much from the consoles in the cover image, though it is lighter and smaller. Compared to the original PS 5 models, the new Slim series weighs 24% less and is 30% thinner.

Additionally, Sony has included 1TB of storage, which is nearly 200GB more than the 825GB of the previous model. Additionally, it has an additional NVMe slot that may be used to connect external storage cards from third parties.

The same goes to other aspects like RAM, graphics, and processor power.

Eight cores and sixteen threads make up the x86-64 AMD Ryzen “Zen 2” CPU inside. It has a 3.5 GHz variable frequency clock.

A graphics engine based on AMD Radeon RDNA 2 is combined with the PS 5 CPU. It is compatible with variable frequency up to 2.23 GHz and Ray Tracing Acceleration. Up to 10.3 trillion floating-point operations per second (TFLOPS) can be executed by its GPU, providing high-fidelity visuals, including 4K graphics, for an immersive gaming experience.

The most recent Dual Sense wireless controller is also included in the retail box. It has dynamic trigger effects and haptic feedback. It also has an integrated microphone, a six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope + three-axis accelerometer), and a two-point capacitive touch pad with a click mechanism.

Similarly, it has been stated that Sony is developing the PS 5 Pro series, a next-generation game console. It is claimed to have a 45 percent faster CPU than the original console model, making it more powerful. Additionally, the PS 5 Pro’s GPU will be able to achieve 33.5 TFLOPS, which will improve the gaming experience.

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