They might have been anticipatedin a presentation, dates that might represent one PlayStation 5 Pro launch window and of new Xbox Series X / S. The presentation was made by TCL Technology in Poland, and it was an event where the company’s new TV line was presented.
However, we would like to remember one important thing, ne Sony neither Microsoft have announced or confirmed the production of the same, and it is difficult to believe that TCL Technology is aware of what is boiling in the pots of the two companies mentioned above.
It is likely possible that they are only market forecasts, which are indicative and take as an example the time lapse between the previous versions of the base consoles and their respective enhanced versions. In any case, a look, out of curiosity, is worth giving it.
According to this forecast, the new enhanced consoles of the Redmond and Tokyo house would come to one native resolution of 2160p (commonly called 4K) and at a frame rate between i 60 and of 120 fps. Going as far as showing a resolution on the screen 8K (but we think it represents an upscaled resolution) always keeping the same frame rate.
In a new conference, TCL Technology have said that a new Xbox Series S / X and PS5 Pro are coming in 2023/2024.
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) May 25, 2022
The architecture of the new hardware would be based, again according to this indication shown on the screen, on the AMD Radeon RX7700XT GPU, which we remind you are not yet on the market. Whether this prediction by TCL Technology can be true or not, we do not know, at least not in the current state of things.
Despite recently, however, there have been many i rumor who have hovered around the possible production of these new console revisions, of which you can read our article at this link where we have already dealt with the topic.
However, the fact that also gives us hope Tom Hendersona well-known leaker and a fairly reliable source, shared the news that the probable launch windows of the PlayStation 5 Pro and the new Xbox Series X / S may have been anticipated.
It is never too late to remind you that none of those dates represents something certain, and that none of the companies have confirmed (or denied) those claims.