We’ve already talked about the PlayStation 5’s screen resolution – it can reach 8K, while the Xbox 360 can only manage up to 4K. We’ve also covered its high refresh rate of 120Hz and advanced SSDs, which can double as virtual memory. Both the Xbox and PlayStation have a wide range of exclusive games available through their respective game libraries.
PS5’s screen resolution is up to 8K
Although the PS5 can display 8K resolution, few games are currently available in this resolution. However, Sony is working on a software update to enable the PS5 to display 8K content. Sony has not yet said whether the update will be ready for launch. If it is, it will be available for purchase on Thursday.
The PS5 has an HDMI 2.1 port, allowing it to output 8K resolution at 60 frames per second. While 8K resolution gaming is not yet available on the PlayStation 5, it is possible for some games to run at the native resolution of 4K. One such game is The Touryst, which uses 8K-resolution data to render images that are smoother. The developer says that it will only take a minor tweak to enable 8K output natively.
Its refresh rate is 120Hz
A 120Hz monitor delivers incredibly smooth images. This is crucial if you want to play games at a fast frame rate. This type of refresh rate is supported by the latest high-end gaming computers. You should also check the refresh rate of your graphics card before buying a new monitor.
High refresh rates can also be a battery hog. Although you won’t notice any performance issues with a 120Hz display, you may notice that your battery life will be reduced. High refresh rates can also be quite expensive. Ultimately, you need to determine how much you use your screen.
The latest Samsung Galaxy M-series features a 120Hz refresh rate. The Samsung Galaxy M52 has a 6.7-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O display. It also sports a triple camera setup at the back. The primary sensor has a resolution of 64MP, while the other two are 16MP and 5MP. In addition, the phone has a 32MP front camera for selfies. The Galaxy M52 comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Its graphical performance is nearly twice that of the Xbox Series X
Xbox Originals and PS4 games will run flawlessly on the Xbox Series X. The console supports Auto HDR and FPS Boost, which boost the frame rate of older games. The console also supports paired smartphone apps. The console and the paired smartphone app will need an internet connection and a Microsoft account.
In terms of performance, the Xbox Series X has an edge over the PS5. The console supports native 4K gaming, but it requires a 4K HDR TV to benefit from its native resolution. While the Xbox does not yet support 8K displays, future generations of Xboxes will.
The Xbox Series X has an ultra-powerful processor and a powerful graphics chip. Its CPU and memory are comparable. Both consoles also have fast storage. However, the Xbox is slightly smaller and weighs less than the PS5 console.
Its SSDs are advanced enough to be used as virtual memory
Xbox Vs PS5 consoles have SSDs installed in them, which are much faster than traditional RAM. The fast SSDs allow the system to use its memory much more efficiently. For example, PS4’s system memory was only able to store as much data as it could use within 30 seconds. With the Xbox Vs PS5 console, the 16GB of RAM can be used to load data much faster.
As for PlayStation 5 owners, Sony has included a slot for an additional SSD drive. However, you must purchase a PCIe 4.0 expansion card to use it. It isn’t cheap, but it allows you to install as many SSDs as you want. You can also use regular USB drives to store your games. However, you can’t directly run games from these drives.
Its controller is functionally identical to the Xbox Wireless Controller
Sony’s DualSense Edge Wireless Controller is similar to the Xbox Elite controller and is built for comfort and high performance. It features two swappable rear buttons and changeable stick caps. It also has two back buttons with lever or half-dome shapes. The DualSense Edge Wireless Controller is also compatible with a number of games and is compatible with a variety of gaming platforms, including PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The controller is nearly identical to the Xbox Wireless Controller, with slight differences in overall design. The DualSense controller is narrower in the middle, while the Xbox Wireless Controller is wider. The Series X controller also has a monochromatic color scheme. Its Y, B, A, and X buttons are yellow, and its home button is white. The Xbox controller’s home button glows a white light when powered on.