Today it was revealed by Japanese dealers that a brand new model PS5 nicknamed model CFI-1200 he would be released on September 15.
Fortunately, we were able to identify both the CFI-1202B (digital console) that the CFI-1202A (disc consoles) that have been bought by Australian stores including EB Games, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi in the last week or so.
The only immediate difference between this model and the 2021 model (information that can be found in the product manuals) is that the weight is significantly lower than the previous version. This results in a difference in internal components.
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La PS5 digital (CFI-1202B) weighs 500 grams less than the original digital PS5 and according to the manual the version with disc about 600 grams in less compared to the original consideration.
Unfortunately, even if we had the new 2022 models ahead of us, we wouldn't have the right skills to check what's different, but something has certainly changed.
Also, since last year, the heatsink has already been changed which has resulted in a change in weight, so it could be likely that it could be the same thing, but we will have to wait for someone to decide to break their edition.
Given that PS5 consoles have now lost 500 grams and 600 grams respectively, it goes without saying that there are quite large differences within the console since launch.Source: Twitter