Posted January 12, 2020 12:07:10While Sony’s latest handheld consoles might not be hitting the home market yet, it is already a huge success, with millions of PlayStation 4 consoles sold around the world and counting.
The company’s PlayStation 4 Pro console has been sold out since February, and many have been left without a choice but to wait until the console comes out of beta testing.
The first thing many people will notice is that the hardware looks a lot different from the PS5.
The PlayStation 4 has a 5.5in display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, while the PS Vita sports a 5in screen with a display resolution of 2048×1536 pixels.
Both consoles feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, and a 4GB RAM option is also on offer.
The PS4 Pro is said to feature 8GB of RAM, while PS Vita comes with 4GB of ram.
While the PS 4 Pro will be available in October, the PS Vita will arrive in early 2018.
If you have an PS4, PS Vita, or PS Vue, you’ll be able to play the PS VR version of the game.
Both games have the PSVR-specific version of Sony’s new Virtual Reality headset, but there’s no word on when those will arrive.
However, it’s a lot easier to get your hands on the PSVita than the PS3 or PS4.
The two consoles can be bought together for just $399, while they can be purchased separately for $449.
There are also a handful of other PS Vita bundles, including a bundle for $199 and a $99 bundle for the PS2.