Recently leaked images provide the first real-world look at Sony’s upcoming PS5 game streaming device, Project Q. The photos show prototype units at a factory, revealing design details.
8-inch screen with controls modelled after DualSense
Project Q features an 8-inch LCD flanked by controls inspired by the PS5 DualSense controller. The overall industrial design closely follows PS5 styling cues.
Hardware suggests flexibility beyond just streaming
Based on the leaked images, Project Q appears to run Android or Linux, pointing to functionality beyond merely remote play game streaming from a PS5 console.
Different controller configs hint at customization
Photos of Project Q units with varying controls hint at potential customization options Sony may offer users to tailor the device.
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Targeting holiday 2022 launch
Sony aims to launch Project Q and its new PlayStation gaming headphones before the end of 2023, likely targeting the busy holiday shopping season.
Key specs and pricing details are still unknown
Full specifications, performance details, pricing and streaming capabilities will be known once Sony formally unveils Project Q in the coming months.