Unfortunately this doesn’t paint a very accurate picture of just how long the battery will last, as the DualSense is known for clocking in at around four – 12 hours depending sources. Hopefully PS Portal will offer a decent battery life, although as it’s not designed to be taken out and about like the PS Vita was for example (it’s not technically a handheld console after all, but rather a secondary screen for PS5) it doesn’t need a huge battery life.
Sony announced earlier this week that PS Portal will be priced at $199.99/£199.99, and features an 8-inch LCD screen that is able to display 1080p/30 FPS. PS Portal uses Wi-Fi to connect to your PS5; you must own the console to actually use the device, as it doesn’t support Cloud streaming.
[Source – CNET]