According to a report from VG24/7 today, information has surfaced from developers who were in attendance at CES 2013 and said the PlayStation 4 will have 50% more raw power than the Xbox 720.
Sources have said the PlayStation 4 will have a run-capability of up to 1.84 teraflops, while the Xbox 720 will only have a 1.23 capacity.
If these claims pan out to be true, then the PlayStation 4 will indeed have a 50% raw, computational power head start on the Xbox 720.
The Xbox 720, however, may have the advantage in the amount of RAM the system has because there are sources who are stating the console will be devoting 3GB to its OS, with the other 5GB going solely to the games that are played.
PlayStation 4 is claimed to only have about 4GB of RAM total, with 1GB going to the OS and 3GB being dedicated to the games.
Both systems will be able to run and read 100GB Blu-Ray discs. The Xbox 720 is supposedly based on a Radeon HD 8770 GPU, while the PlayStation 4 has been said to be built with an AMD A10 APU.
Some major leak stories seem to be in the works at other media outlets so gamers should keep their eyes open for major news soon.