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PlayStation 4: Supports 4K Movie service from Sony

With the announcement of Sony’s next-generation gaming console, the PS4 last week. We all expected the the Japanese tech giant to declare PS4’s 4K movie support alongside the console’s announcement itself. However, Sony’s COO Phil Molyneux, in an interview with The Verge, responded to a question enquiring about PS4’s support for 4K video saying, “I promise you will not be disappointed.”

4K video, is the latest-developed video resolution format that boasts a crispy 3840 × 2160 pixels, hence exceeding the HD 1080p video quality and resulting in the name Ultra-HD. Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 would not be able to support 4K games, but only 4K videos and photographs. In the interview, the COO also mentioned that a 4K video may have an enormous 100 GB+ size! Moreover, Sony claims that they are the “world’s first” to offer a 4K movie download service.

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PlayStation 4: Tech Specs, 8GB GDDR5 RAM, 8 Core AMD Jaguar CPU [OFFICIAL]

Following numerous rumours, speculations and mock-ups, the Sony PlayStation 4 has finally been unveiled in an official PlayStation Meeting held yesterday in New York. The meeting which had received immense new’s coverage became the platform where they new gaming console was announced but not shown to public. However, one the greener side, we know the release date is “Holiday 2013” which probably hints at 3rd quarter release, November.

Besides cloud-computing, cross-game messaging and Sony Entertainment Network connection, here is a list of some mind-boggling specifications that the PS4 packs:

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Qualcomm’s 1.5GHz dual-core MSM8660 heads Processor Graphical Performance Test

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