Sony log would refer to an internal system review
For some time there are clues about the launch of a redesigned model of PlayStation in May 2022. Sony would change some of the components of the system both to combat shortages and to reduce production costs.
Sources say the company plans to use a new custom 6nm processing unit from AMD. However, there is no official confirmation on internal modifications for the console.
Despite the above, a Sony document could have more clues about the planning and launch of a new model of PlayStation 5. The record also suggests internal changes that, this time, would improve the wireless connection of the console.
HINT ABOUT NEW PLAYSTATION 5 MODEL COMES TO LIGHT
According to analyst Roberto Serrano, Sony recently registered a new wireless communication module. Due to recent reports, it is believed that said component is intended for an internal review of PlayStation 5.
The information comes from a document uploaded to the Peruvian Communications Audits and Subsidies portal, where companies make records to approve the use of their devices in that country.
What is striking is the registration of a system model identified as CFI-1115A, in which the new AW-XM501 wireless module would be used. This component would replace the current J20H100 module. According to the details, there would not be a very significant change between the use of one or the other, but there would be an improvement in the connection.
As well noted by the sources, the schematic of the current model of PlayStation 5 is CFI-1XXX. Thus, it is different from the one recorded in the Sony documents, where a CFI-11XX scheme is used. Thus, the possible new CFI-1115A model could be related to the redesign of the console.
It is almost a fact that sooner or later Sony will launch a revision of PlayStation 5. Everything suggests that the first changes will be only internally, as happened with Nintendo Switch. It will probably take a few years before Sony releases a system with a new external design.