By Shailesh Shrivastava | Mar 28, 2013 09:03 AM EDT
Sony made headlines for its latest smartphones Sony Xperia Z and Xperia ZL this year, and now it's Playstation 4's time to grab some headlines.
During the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, Sony's Senior Staff Engineer Chris Norden shed more light on the specifications of the upcoming gaming console.
PlayStation 4 will come with an advanced and updated Dual Shock 4 controller and a PlayStation Eye camera.
The PlayStation Eye camera is a dual-color highly sensitive camera that tells its position and the tilt sensor in it tells the player if it has fallen off its perfect position.
The Dual Shock controller is also designed with advanced features and it can be charged even if the PlayStation 4 is switched off. There are two dedicated keys for share and options in the Dual Shock controller. The share option also allows players to choose people with whom they wants to share their real names. In case of not sharing real names, the player's profile ID works as the profile name.
If a player shares via Facebook or any other social networking website where his real name serves as his profile name, then the PlayStation 4 will display the name as the profile name.
Along with these two features, Sony also revealed many small pieces of information that PS4 lovers had been looking for.
The PS 4 will launch with an 8GB bank of GDDR5 RAM that can be directly addressed by both the CPU and GPU of the system.
The PlayStation 4 is also said to be coming with a headset inside every box, so communication becomes easier during play.
Players will be able to connect their play between PS4 and Vita without any hassles. Users can switch anytime to Remote Play without having to go back to options, and at the same time the games being pushed to Vita can be seen on the TV screen as a mirror image.
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