Leaked PlayStation 5 reveal console with boast a V-shaped design and camera for 4K live-streaming

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Leaked images are giving gamers a look at Sony’s highly-anticipated PlayStation 5, which is set to hit the market in time for the 2020 holiday season.

The renders show the Developers Kit that boasts a V-shaped design - which also happens to the Roman numeral for ‘five’.

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The images also highlight a variety of buttons, six USB ports and a large circle on the right side that is believed to be a camera that will facilitate 4K live-streaming at the press of a button.

LetsGoDigital has published a series of images claiming to be the Developers Kit of Sony’s PlayStation 5.

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And below the buttons is a disk drive, which Sony said will support Blu-ray discs.

There are also six USB ports on the right side and an On/Off round button as well.

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The console in the renders look very similar to black and white patent images that surfaced earlier this month, however, LetsGoDigital notes that today’s image give details that are not visible on the patent drawings.

This includes ‘a series of light indicators have been installed on the left, with the numbers; 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 – 0,’ LetsGoDigital explained in the blog post.

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‘Immediately below is a status light with Status 2 and Status 1. Finally, the top left of the device says 'Prototype 1 Not for Sale'.’

Sony is set to launch the PlayStation 5 in time for Christmas 2020.

Improvements - Hardware - Graphics - Change - Way

Among its improvements will be faster hardware, better graphics and a change to the way vibrations work in the controllers.

Jim Ryan, Sony's president, said the firm wanted to use the handheld controller to 'deepen the feeling of immersion when you play games'.

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Speculation began growing over the company's next console after it filed a patent for a box-like 'unknown electronic device' earlier this year.

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