If you are a fun of PS gaming, the best and sophisticated design and experience is yet to come. The Sony PS5 is set to be the most powerful gaming console that is set to be released in Canada. As the release date of PS5 draws closer, Sony has started to unveil various specifications and features in bits.
The PS5 release date Canada is set to be on Holiday 2020. This new gaming console is designed to drastically revolutionize the PS gaming by increasing efficiency, graphics and reducing the load times so as to improve user’s experience.
The PS5 is set to run on 8-core processors and it will include impressive ray tracing capabilities. In order to learn more about PS5 and PS5 release Canada, we have compiled this post to help you understand about PS5 specifications, release date, games and much more.
PS5 Release Date Canada
Sony which is the Company behind this great sophisticated gaming console has announced that PS5 will be launched during the Holiday 2020 season. According to inside sources, there are reports which indicates that PS5 release date will be on 20th November.
Each PS5 will be fitted with a single DualSense controller which is set to also launch on the same date as the gaming console. The DualSense controller will help gamers to participate in multiplayer games. The DualSense controller is peripheral in shape and it’s a bit different from the DualShock lineup controller which is used on PS4.
Other unique features of DualSense controller include; two-tone black and white color design pattern, unique create button layout, built-in microphones, adaptive triggers and haptic feedback, vertical grips as well as light bar which will now surround the touchpad section.
All these new improved features will give gamers a whole new play station gaming experience which they have never experienced before.
In a nutshell, the PS5 that is set for release in Canada during the holiday 2020 season will have the following specifications;
- CPU:8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.5GHz
- Storage:Custom 825GB SSD
- Expandable storage:NVMe SSD slot
- Optical drive:4K Blu-ray drive
- GPU:28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz, RDNA 2 architecture
- RAM:16GB GDDR6
In addition, the PS5 SSD and 3D audio features are some of other improvements that can’t go unnoticed. The PS5 SSD is set to drastically reduce the load time to up to 5.5 GB/s which will be about 10 times faster compared to the current version of PS4. The 3D audio is also set to be dynamic so as to facilitate easier interaction between the player and the music level. The HRTF (Head Related Transfer Function) has the capability to map a gamer’s hearing in relation to sound frequency, volume and direction.
Up to this date, the PS5 price has not yet been made public. However, one can be guided by the previous release price of PS4 which was $400 when it was launched. For now it’s a wait and see situation but Sony might give a hint soon on the price range as we approach the actual PS5 release date Canada.
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Galaxy Note 20 will considerably improve the S Pen’s pointer functionality – SamMobile
The S Pen is the best stylus that exists in the world of smartphones, and with every new Galaxy Note flagship, Samsung introduces fancy new S Pen features. However, the basic experience of using the S Pen hasn’t changed much in the last couple of years, with Samsung only focusing on somewhat gimmicky functionality with each new Note. But that could be changing this year, as the Korean giant is improving an S Pen function that has been around for many years.
YouTube Jimmy is Promo, who gave us our first real look at the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra earlier this week, has now posted another image of the phone, this time showing the extensive S Pen pointer customization options that will be introduced with the new flagship. The S Pen has always worked as a basic pointer, and hovering it over some features can reveal what an item is or what it does.
With the Galaxy Note 20 series, it seems the S Pen pointer will allow users to navigate around the interface (similar to how a computer mouse works) by pressing and holding the S Pen button. One will be able to customize the pointer’s speed. There’s also some customization for when the S Pen is used as a laser pointer for things such as viewing presentations in PowerPoint. You will be able to change the pointer’s color and size and add a trail to the pointer, just like you can add a mouse trail on a Windows PC.
Being able to use the S Pen to navigate around the interface would be extremely useful when using the Note 20/Note 20 Ultra in DeX mode, and it would also be a great hands-free tool in general use. However, we will have to wait and see how exactly it will work and how good the implementation is. Thankfully, we will find out soon enough – Samsung has officially confirmed that the Galaxy Note 20 will be launched at a virtual Unpacked event on August 5, alongside possibly the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and the Galaxy S7/S7+.
Samsung announces smartphone unveiling event Aug. 5 – MarketWatch
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will unveil its latest Galaxy smartphones next month. In a statement Tuesday night, the South Korean tech giant announced its “Galaxy Unpacked” virtual event, which will be livestreamed starting at 10 a.m. Eastern on Aug. 5. No other details were revealed, but it is expected that the company will unveil its Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and a 5G version of its Galaxy Z Flip.
Samsung’s next major smartphone launch set for August 5
Samsung’s “Galaxy Unpacked” will take place on August 5, 2020. The South Korean electronics giant is expected to unveil a new device in its Note series of smartphones.
Samsung is set to reveal its next major smartphone on August 5 — and media reports say the latest version of its high-end Galaxy Note 20 smartphone could be unveiled.
The South Korean electronics giant usually unveils a new version of its Galaxy Note series of devices at its August “Galaxy Unpacked” event. This year’s edition will be virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The promotional video featured the tip of a stylus — known as the S Pen, which comes with Samsung’s Galaxy Note phones.
This appears to back up a number of leaks that suggest the next device will be the Galaxy Note 20 which will come in several versions.
A report by SamMobile earlier this year also said that another foldable smartphone could be unveiled called the Galaxy Z Fold 2. That would be the successor to the Galaxy Fold Samsung released last year that had serious technical problems when it launched.
It’s a tough time for smartphone makers launching phones due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic which has forced countries around the world to lock down, and caused massive economic damage.
Worldwide smartphone shipments decreased 11.7% year over year, in the first quarter of 2020, their largest yearly decline, according to IDC. The market research firm expects shipments to fall 11.9% this year.
Samsung saw shipments plunge 18.9% year-on-year in the March quarter, IDC said.
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