Press Start AU went into great detail regarding how the new features, specs and more of the PS4 Neo and will list it below.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is a more powerful PS4 with native 4k support. This is due to the below:
- An Overclocked CPU
- A New AMD Polaris GPU
- The Same amount of RAM
- Higher memory bandwidth
Whilst some simplistic games such as Journey or Resogun could potentially render games at fully native 4K, it’s not likely for the majority of titles.
Reddit User Mista_Wong has put together the below guide, which easily defines exactly what benefits you’re going to get from the PS4 Pro depending on what hardware setup you have.
If you have a 4K display
- You will be able to play games in Sony’s Upscaled 4K AKA differing a resolution between 1080p and 4K
- You will be able to play games in resolutions lower than 4K too.
- Games could use it to deliver higher framerates or better graphical fidelity
- You will be able to watch 4K films and TV shows on streaming services
If you have a 1080p display (or lower)
- You will not be able to play games in any resolution higher than 1080p. But games will be able to super sample and deliver a cleaner image
- Games may also have better graphics or better frame rates
- The PS4 Pro is more powerful and supports 4K output
- Improvements to RemotePlay, SharePlay and streaming functionality
- Every game will work on the PS4 Pro and standard PS4
- You do not need a new TV to take advantage of the new console, but you do need a new TV to take fulladvantage of the new console.
- The power can be used however the developer wants but Sony hopes they use it for higher resolutions
Source: Press Start AU