Some more details regarding the teraflops and RAM sizes have been revealed for the PS4 and Xbox 720. According to a report by VG247 on Jan. 17, the PS4 has the advantage over the Xbox 720 in terms of raw computing power with having a run-capability of 1.84 teraflops compared to 1.23 teraflops. On the other hand, Microsoft’s next-generation system has more RAM with 8 GB (4-5 GB of which will be reserved for games) compared to 4 GB (around 3 GB will be used for games) on Sony’s system. You can check out some concept images of both consoles in the slideshow at the top of this article.
Sony and Microsoft are expected to officially unveil the PS4 and Xbox 720 sometime in the next several of months. Both next-generation systems are projected to come out by the end of this year although there are some concerns that the PS4 could be pushed back until 2014.