Sony Has A New PlayStation Handheld Console In Development, Report Claims

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Sony’s Potential Return to Traditional Gaming with a New PlayStation Handheld

Hardware leaker MLID has dropped a bombshell, suggesting that Sony is developing a new handheld gaming console. This device would reportedly support and play games natively.

Custom AMD APU in Development

According to MLID’s report, the handheld console is undergoing the high-level design phase and features a custom AMD APU. It’s estimated that this device is at least two years from launch, but it’s not officially greenlit yet.

Backward Compatibility and Pro-Like Patches

The report indicates that the new handheld could maintain backward compatibility with PlayStation 4 games. For titles from the PlayStation 5, it’s suggested that the device will receive a “pro-like patch.”

Early Development and Uncertain Future

It’s important to note that the handheld console is still in its early stages of development, and things may change. Additionally, details regarding a potential reveal or release date have yet to be announced by Sony.

MLID’s Exclusive Insights

MLID has confirmed that the handheld console is indeed in development and that AMD holds the contract for the APU. However, the exact specifications of the device remain speculation at this point.

What Are Your Thoughts on a New PlayStation Handheld?

As of now, Insider Gaming has not been able to independently verify the authenticity of this report. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story. In the meantime, share your thoughts on a potential new handheld console from PlayStation below!

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