Slimmer and lighter PS4 was just one of the variants as Sony also announced the beefier PS4, which is in fact, the first console in the PlayStation history to introduce a higher-end system of the same generation.
The main play of the PS4 Pro is the 4K support, which means you can enjoy playback of 4K videos through Netflix and YouTube and games in higher quality. However, if you are looking to play 4K videos from a physical media, you’re out of luck as the PS4 Pro does not come with a 4K UHD Blu-ray player.
In terms of performance, the PS4 Pro boasts more horsepower than the original PS4, which now comes with 4.2 tflops of graphics power, 1TB HDD, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, 3 USB ports including 1 USB 3.0, HDR.
PS4 Pro will be available on November 10, 2016, in Japan, North America and Europe at 44,980 yen, US$399, €399 and £349.