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Sony prepping a 1TB PlayStation 4 and another mystery model

by Ron Duwell | June 2, 2015June 2, 2015 5:53 am PST

Sony is apparently working on two new models of the PlayStation 4. A leak thanks to the Federal Communications Commissions has highlighted two new versions, but only one of them has an immediately obvious difference: twice the storage space!

Yes, in these days of downloadable games and massive day-1 patches needed to get games up to trailer performance, 500GB is not enough anyone, I guess. That’s where the CUH-1215B model comes into play. It will have 1TB of hardware space for all your games, patches, save files, and screenshots.

Sony also has another CUH-1215A model in the works, but storage remains the same at 500GB. A good guess would be the newer models’ power usage which improves to 230 W and 2.3-0.95 A. The older PlayStation 4 models hover at about 250 W and 2.5-1.15 A. Cheaper energy bills for all!

PlayStation 4 models

We’ll keep an eye out for more information, but for now, Sony’s E3 press conference seems like a solid place to officially reveal these. Treat them as a very strong rumor for now.

Ron Duwell

Ron has been living it up in Japan for the last decade, and he has no intention of leaving this technical wonderland any time soon. When he's not...