Alleged PS5 Slim design images and video leaked online, could be launched this year

Sony introduced PS5 console in the year 2020 and since then the gaming console has been in high demand among gamers. The company has introduced a number of new and famous games on this gaming console so that the users can immerse themselves in the gaming world and enjoy their gaming experience. This console was quite famous among consumers as the company had to restock the device number of times to meet the stock restraints.

Continuing with its old tradition, Sony is said to be working on introducing a smaller, lighter version of the PS5 console- PS5 Slim. Just like how the company previously launched PS4 Slim after launching PS4. Although earlier there was no information revealed about the rumored PS5 Slim console recently tipster @Slashleaks has shared an image and video of the alleged PS5 Slim that leaked online.

In the video shared the plastic case of the console can be seen that has a curved shape and two vents on each side. While it has two USB-C ports on the front. The console is suspected to arrive with a detachable disc drive. Also PS5 Slim looks shorter in height than the existing PS5 from the video.

As per a few reports, Sony could launch this new PS5 Slim next month but the company is yet to confirm the launch of this device.




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