There’s Already a Teardown Video of the PlayStation 4 Slim Sony Is Expected to Announce Tomorrow

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Sony is holding a “PlayStation Meeting” tomorrow, where the current leader of the console wars is expected to unveil its PlayStation 4 Neo, alongside a “PlayStation 4 slim.” The Neo is certainly on the way, but the slim caught everyone by surprise when its existence leaked out recently, although it’s pretty much in line with Sony’s past mid-lifecycle console revamps. Now, despite still lacking an official announcement, we even know what the console’s innards are like.

That doesn’t tell us a whole lot, though, since the video (even the real-time version) provides no context as to what we’re seeing. However, it’s probably that the capabilities of the hardware won’t change noticeably from the current PlayStation 4 model, as that’s the job of the more powerful PS4 Neo. The Neo’s increased power is expected to, among other things, facilitate a better VR experience, though we’ll have to wait for tomorrow’s event to find out for sure just how much of an upgrade it is.

The PlayStation Meeting in New York is closed to the public, but you can watch along online tomorrow at 3PM ET.

(via Polygon, featured image via screenshot)

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