1TB PS4 System, Lighter Models Outed By FCC Documents

June 2, 2015 Written by Jason Dunning

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According to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documents submitted on June 1, two new PlayStation 4 models may be on their way from Sony.

Spotted by DualShockers, the new PS4 models are labeled CUH-1215A and CUH-1215B, with the first one having a 500GB hard drive and the other a 1TB hard drive.

Compared to the original launch PS4 model (CUH-1001A) and similar, newer model (CUH-1115A), 1215A and 1215B are .3kg lighter at 2.5kg, though the dimensions remain the same. Based on this, we can assume Sony made some internal changes to make the system lighter.

When compared to the older models, these newer PS4s also go from 250 watts to 230 watts and from 2.5-1.15 amps to 2.3-0.95 amps.

If there is a newer PS4 model on the way, expect to hear about it at Sony’s E3 2015 press conference on Monday, June 15.

How much do you think Sony would charge for a 1TB PS4?

[Source: FCC (1), (2) via DualShockers]