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[Updated]Sony Xperia 5 : The successor of the Sony Xperia 1

Sony Xperia 1, Sony’s latest flagship is a beast with its most defining feature being the 21:9 display. Although the device seems to be oddly tall, many users have ended up loving it. It is a standardise flagship device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage together with a 3,330mAh batter packaged together with Android Pie (Android 9.0). As expected, Sony have been preparing to launch the successor to the flagship device where it will be announced during the IFA 2019 keynote later today.

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Sony will not be participating at TGS 2019 either!

Sony Interactive Entertainment will not hold a PlayStation news conference at Tokyo Game Show (TGS), continuing a trend of decreased engagement with major trade shows for the console maker.

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Sony WH-1000XM3 Review: Truly the best noise-cancelling headphones right now

The new Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones are the company’s newest product and most consistent compared to what they released in the previous years with the Sony WH-1000XM2 and Sony MDR-1000X. The true fact is that the actual third model, noise-cancelling headphones can beat out anything Bose has revealed before.

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PlayStation 5 specs: Everything we know so far

Sony’s next-generation console, likely to be named the PlayStation 5, is far from gracing store shelves, but the company has revealed a few of its specs to give fans a taste of just how powerful it will be. While we don’t know the exact specs of what Microsoft is cooking up with the next Xbox consoles, the PS5 certainly puts the Xbox One X to shame, as it should.

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PS5: What we know about Sony’s upcoming console

The next console generation is officially in the near future, now that both Sony and Microsoft have started to lift the lid on their upcoming platforms. Microsoft officially introduced the next Xbox as Project Scarlett during its E3 2019 press briefing with a video of developers and executives discussing the console’s features and how they’ll empower game makers. Sony pulled out of E3 this year, but the company revealed the first information about the next PlayStation — which is unofficially known as the PlayStation 5 — in April.

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Sony reveals more PS5 details ahead of E3

After its announcement of skipping E3 this year, Sony is revealing some new details about its upcoming console, the PlayStation 5. The console will be coming with an SSD by default, instead of as slower HDD like the PS4; it will support 4K graphics at a 120Hz refresh rate, for a much smoother look on displays that can handle the faster speed; and game saves will in a wat be able to transfer between older consoles, so you can pick which game you want to play without having to change consoles.


What Microsoft and Sony’s cloud gaming partnership may mean for the PlayStation 5

While the long-documented rivalry between Microsoft and Sony may not be over, it does appear that the two companies have realized that in certain areas they are stronger together. In an unexpected announcement, Microsoft and Sony revealed that they had partnered to develop new cloud gaming and streaming technologies. The implications are intriguing, to say the least, and it could mean big things for both Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox consoles and Sony’s next-generation PlayStation, which we’ll refer to as the PlayStation 5 for now, though it remains officially unnamed.


Sony shows fast PlayStation 5 load times, hints at cloud gaming future

Sony is holding its E3 press conference this year, but the company hasn’t revealed much about their upcoming console, Playstation 5, yet. The Playstation 5 will support 8K graphics, 3D audio, SSD storage, and compatibility with existing Playstation 4 titles. The SSD storage will boost the console and the company demonstrated some features of exactly that today.


Sony: Playstation 5 won’t launch until next year

Sony recently revealed that its next-generation Playstation, won’t be ready for 2019. Also the company recently noted that it won’t arrive within the next year. A Wall Street Journal reporter revealed on Twitter that Sony is telling reporters, during Q&A sessions, that the PS5 won’t be launching until the next 12 months.


Sony reveals PlayStation 5 details: 8K graphics, ray tracing, SSDs, and PS4 backwards compatibility

We’ve known for a while that Sony is working on its new PlayStation 5 console, but today we’ve got even more details on the new hardware expected, thanks to Wired. Specifically, Sony stateed that their new console will support 8K graphics, 3D audio, super fast SSDs and backwards compatibility with PlayStation 4 games.

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