TCL: New PS5 Pro, Xbox Series X/S with 8K 60FPS coming in 2023 - 2024

TV-maker TCL predicts that new upgraded PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles could release sometime in 2023 or 2024.

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Published Wed, May 25 2022 1:53 PM CDT   |   Updated Wed, Jun 15 2022 6:16 AM CDT

New upgraded PlayStation 5 and Xbox consoles are coming in 2023 or 2024, electronics giant TCL predicts.

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During a recent press event in Poland attended by Polish website PPE, TV-maker TCL outlined its predictions for a PS5 and Xbox Series mid-cycle refresh. The firm expects both Sony and Microsoft to release new "pro" versions of each console sometime next year or in 2024.

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TCL has made some bold predictions on possible PS5 Pro and Xbox X/S Pro spec targets. The company postulates the consoles could deliver 8K 60FPS output and up to 4K 120FPS rendering, which is a pretty tall order for dedicated video games hardware. The so-called Gen 9.5 seems like it would performance befit of an actual generational leap rather than a mid-cycle refresh.

Microsoft has officially confirmed it is working on new Xbox consoles. Sony is expected to switch the PlayStation 5 to TSMC's more efficient N6 node sometime in 2022 to meet a massive 18 million shipment target.

Sony has also sent a bunch of mystery PlayStation console prototypes to the United States. Could these be PS5 Pro devkits?

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