Sony has officially beat Microsoft to reveal the next generation Playstation 4 on February 20 in New York City. The new PlayStation 4 has 8 GB of RAM. This new RAM will enable the suspend/resume functionality that allows you to instantaneously start and top playing by hitting the power button. But the event did not show any photos or videos of the new console. The basic and deluxe packages are US$429 and US$529, respectively.
These are all the other rumoured features: DVR-like recording capabilities, new dualshock controller with PlayStation Vita-style touchpad, 1.84 terflops of computing power, eight-core processors and support Blu-ray playback.