The novelty in the world of PS5 is certainly not the Slim, with Sony having another revolution in mind: how the company’s strategy changes.

In recent weeks, Sony lovers have done nothing but talk about the fabulous PS5 Slim. A very hot topic given that Valentine’s Day is upon us and the console could be a gift idea for everyone, also given the discounts offered by various e-commerce sites and electronics chains. The PS5 Slim features many new features and allows you to almost completely eliminate loading times.

The real revolution at Sony is not the PS5 Slim –

A real revolution, ready to also hit all those who were ready to choose the rival in the sector, namely Xbox. Although the technology does not change compared to the original console, Sony has decided to adopt a decidedly more compact look. In fact, with the new Slim you save around 30% of the volume.

It is also lighter and will feature four separate cover panels, with a glossy finish on the top one. Released in Italy last November 24th, many users have been waiting for the Slim version of the Japanese console. Yet this is not the last thing on Sony’s mind, which now has a new revolution ready.

The PS5 Slim is not the latest news, Sony’s ambitious plan: ready to re-enter the market

The YouTuber Moore’s Law is Dead reported the sensational indiscretion. According to the creator, Sony is currently engaged in the development of a new PlayStation portable console, completely independent from the previous PSP and Playstation Vita, but based on a custom GPU created by AMD, renewing the partnership.

All the news presented by Sony in the last few hours –

This new console would be designed to be compatible with both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 games. The project is currently in the early stages of development. So users would have to wait a few more years before the new portable console becomes a reality.

The hardware specifications of the console have not yet been defined, but it is said that it will use a GPU with 18 Cus (compute units) and a clock speed of at least 1.8 GHz, or slower to ensure compatibility with the games it supports the various clock speeds of the PlayStation 5. Developers would still have to adapt their games to make them work properly on this new console.

Although it will take some time for the launch, the possibility that this console will be considered part of the PlayStation 6 family and be released as a portable alternative for the Japanese market is concrete. Sony’s return to the portable console market could be significant, considering the success achieved in the past with PSP and Playstation Vita.

This market is currently dominated by Nintendo, Steam Deck and similar devices, demonstrating a still high demand for this type of product. Sony, greedy, could return with a straight leg, launching an innovative console ready not to disappoint unlike what was done with PS Vita.