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First PS5 Compatible SSD Potentially Revealed By Samsung

Samsung has lifted the wraps of what could very well be the first PS5 compatible SSD in the shape of the 980 Pro.

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Samsung 980 Pro Could Be First PS5 Compatible SSD

The new device will come in three size variations: $89.99 for 250GB, $149.99 for 500GB, and the meaty 1TB version at $229.99. There’s also going to be a 2TB version although no price point has been set yet.

Furthermore, the specifications seem to match the PS5, with read and write speeds clocking in at 7,000MB/s and 5,000MB/s, respectively. Still, it hasn’t been officially confirmed as PS5-compatible yet, so hold off on dropping your hard-earned cash for the time being.

The PS5 is scheduled for release on November 12 in the US and Japan and November 19 in the UK and Europe. The Digital-Only Edition will retail for £359/$399 while the Standard Edition will set you back £449/$499.

[Source – Push Square]