PS4 Neo specs and developer guidelines revealed in leaked document

    The specifications and details of yet to be official Playstation 4 Neo have accidentally leaked on Internet, in what could be an official presentation for the device. The leaked document reveals developer guidelines, besides specifications and other things about the device.

    PS4 Neo specs and developer guidelines revealed in leaked document

    As mentioned in the presentation, the PS4 Neo uses the "Jaguar" octa-cores clocking at 2.1GHz, which is touted to be 1.3 times faster than the PS4. Also, there is an enhanced version of the original PS4's GPU, promising in 36 compute units ticking at 911MHz, resulting in 2.3 times better teraflops.

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    In terms of storage space, the PS4 Neo will have the same 8GB GDDR5 memory, though there will be a higher bandwidth of 218 gigabits per second in comparison to the original's 174 gigabits per second. As far as the hard drive configuration is concerned, it is likely to be available in 500GB and 1TB variants.

    The leaked document also mentions that the submissions for games for the PS4 Neo will begin next month. Games that will be released late September and prior will be placed as PS4-only submission, with Neo Day-1 patch. The games that will be submitted from October onwards have to support the PS4 as well as the PS4 Neo.

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    Also, it mentions, that the game developers will have to make sure that the Neo frame rate meets or exceeds the frame rate of the game on the original PlayStation 4.

    Previously, a report on The Wall Street Journal, suggested that Sony might also introduce a smaller PS4 along with the PS4 Neo, though nothing is confirmed.

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