After the death of black, tension is increasing in America. Its effect is also seen on the launch of new products of tech companies. Tech company Sony has also postponed the launch of its new game console Sony Play Station 5 or PS5.
This event was to be held on 4 June. The company said on Twitter that “we don’t think it’s time to celebrate”, although the company did not directly mention civil unrest in the US. By the way, the company has not announced a new date. In the US, there is increasing opposition to the issue of the death of black George Floyd. People have been demonstrating across the country for six days. So far, four thousand people have been detained. Curfew has been imposed in 40 cities including Washington DC.
Play station’s statement released on Twitter
Japan based tech company Sony had planned to launch some new games for PlayStation 5, the event was about an hour. This next-generation Sony PS5 console will compete with the Xbox Series X as both consoles are expected to hit the market later this year.
Google also avoided the event of Android 11
According to other reports, Google also decided to postpone an online-event for the next version of Android, which will be Android 11. In this event, a glimpse of the new update of the operating system running on the upcoming Google Pixel 4A Smart Phone was about to be seen. Google also took the support of Twitter and said that now there was no time to celebrate the launch of Android version amid dictatorship in the country.
Sony PS5: Specification
Sony PlayStation 5, custom eight-core AMD Zen 2 CPU clocked @ 3.5GHz and custom GPU based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture hardware that runs up to 10.28 teraflops and has 36 compute units clocked at 27GHz . Both CPU and GPU will support variable frequency. The PS5 has 16GB GDDR6 RAM and a custom 825GB SSD. Sony has promised that SSD games will have super-fast load times. PS5 SSD has a bandwidth of 5GB per second while it will have a load time of 2GB in 0.27 seconds.