Despite newer AMD architectures, the PS5 Pro will reportedly stick with the Zen 2 CPU like the original PS5.
The GPU will allegedly have 60 CUs and run at 2500-2800 MHz, bringing big performance gains.
PS5 Pro may get 16GB of faster GDDR6 RAM compared to PS5's 16GB GDDR6 at 14 Gbps.
Sony is likely aiming for 4K 120 FPS gameplay with accelerated ray tracing support via the new GPU.
Rumors suggest PS5 Pro could launch in 2023 or 2024, but no official announcement yet from Sony.
Leaks say Sony is still testing different specs and clocks. Details not finalized until launch nears.
Sony did confirm a new slimmer PS5 is coming with detachable disc drive option.