PlayStation 5 Design Revealed
We finally have a concept design about the long-awaited new PlayStation. What’s even more wonderful is that this concept design came about through a patent from Sony. Let’s take a closer look at the details.
The PlayStation 5 is about a year away and new rumors are being made. All these rumors increased expectations and excitement while a patent came out. The patent is thought to have been obtained by Sony for PlayStation 5.
The patent is said to have been received by Sony on electronic devices on August 13th. The patented design resembles a game console, so there’s little chance of a PlayStation 5. The patent page was shared on LetsGoDigital. The patent was registered through the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) and named as Yusuhiro Ootori, one of Sony’s directors as its designer.
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The most exciting point in the new PlayStation 5 patent is the V-shaped design. The reason for this design may be that V stands for 5 in Roman numerals. The diagram also includes USB ports for Dualshock game handles. There is also a compartment and a power button to insert the disc.
The openings on the sides are probably for the ventilation system. The air cavities must be well designed to ensure the robust operation of the PlayStation 5 system.
PlayStation 5 Design RevealedThe final version of a device often looks quite different from the patent diagram. Probably in a few months, early design footage will be shared, revealing the design of the PlayStation 5. Sony likes to showcase the growing number of PlayStation models with design changes on consoles. That’s why the design shown in the diagram is likely to be similar to the PlayStation 5, which will be available in the summer of 2020.