PS4 and Xbox 720 is one of the most eagerly awaited gaming consoles and there are a number of rumors which are making rounds. One particular rumor which is creating a lot of ripples is that the PS4 is being touted to be more powerful than the Xbox 720.
According to latest research Sony’s new Gaming Console, the PS4 is reported to possess 50% more computational power over Microsoft’s offering, the Xbox 720. This information is said to have been derived from the CES 2013.
Sources in the Developer Community point out that the PS4 will have a run capability of 1.84 teraflops in comparison to the Xbox 720 which is said to have a run attribute of 1.23 teraflops. Developers have also unearthed the code names of the two devices. The Sony Game Console is named Orbis while the Microsoft Game Console has been named Durango. A steady stream of rumors of both the devices is being fed by the rumor brigades.
However Microsoft’s Xbox 720 scores over the PS4 by the way of a better RAM of 8 GB while the Sony’s Game Console only features a 4GB RAM. Both the devices have the ability to read the Blu Ray Discs.
All these tit bits must be taken with a pinch of salt since these rumors cannot be independently verified. However there is no smoke without fire and there are talks that some documents with the details of the specs have been leaked during the CES 2013 event. It is believed that the official announcement of the two devices will be made in March and the consoles will hit the retail outlets for sale sometime in November.