Updated 19 January 2017

PS4: New model comparison

How the new model compares with the current PS4.


PlayStation 4 Pro

PlayStation 4


This table shows how the new PlayStation 4 system's specs compare with the standard PlayStation 4.

  Feature PS4
CUH-1000 & CUH-1110 series
CUH-2015 series
PS4 Pro
CUH-7000 series
  System memory (RAM) 8GB (DDR5) 5GB available for game 8GB (DDR5) 5GB available for game 8GB (DDR5)
5.4GB available for game
GPU 1.8 Teraflops 1.8 Teraflops 4.2 Teraflops
Blu-ray disc drive Yes Yes Yes
Ultra HD Blu-ray disc No No No
HDD 500GB/1TB 500GB/1TB 1TB
HDR* Yes after 4.0 Yes provided using supplied HDMI cable. Yes 
USB 3.0 2 (Front) 2 (Front) 2 (Front) & 1 (Back)
HDMI 1.4 2 2
Optical out 1 (Rear) No 1 (Rear)
Bluetooth Yes Yes Yes
Ethernet Yes Yes Yes 
PlayStation Camera compatible Yes Yes Yes
PlayStation VR compatible Yes Yes Yes
DualShock compatibility DualShock 4 DualShock 4 DualShock 4
Game video capture* Up to 720p/30fps Up to 1080p/60fps
Game screen shot  capture* Up to 1080p Up to 4K
Game broadcasting* Up to 720p/30fps Up to 1080/30fps
Remote Play* PC – Up to 720p/60fps PC - Up to 1080p/60fps
Vita – 540p/60fps Vita - Up to 540p/60fps
Share Play* Up to 720p/60fps Up to 1080p/60fps
4K* features Game 4K mode No No Yes
Video playback No No Yes
Video streaming No No Yes
User interface No No Yes
User video No No Yes
User photo/still image No No Yes (Media Player Update March 2017)
Third party video app streaming No No Netflix & Amazon. Other apps to follow.

* Please note that all increased picture definition capabilities are subject to the following factors:

  • System settings
  • TV settings
  • Broadcast provider capabilities
  • Bandwidth and broadband speed requirements