Microsoft has announced the Xbox One specs and they’re good.
So how does it stack up with Sony’s PS4? They are both similar in a lot of ways. Both contain the equal amount of RAM however the PS4 has GDDR5 while the Xbox One has DDR3.
Both the systems have 8 Core CPU which is nice, but the Microsoft one is a custom CPU, and Sony has gone with stock Jaguar cores with slight modification. The consoles have Blu-Ray drive which was expected and USB 3.0 support.
Check out the table below.
Xbox One: 8 Core CPU custom built by Microsoft
PS4: Single-chip custom x86 AMD “Jaguar” processor, 8 cores
Xbox One: Graphics Processor D3D 11.1 chip with 32 MB embedded memory
PS4: 1.84 TFlops, AMD Radeon Graphics Core
Xbox One: 8 GB DDR3
PS4: 8 GB GDDR5
Xbox One: Ethernet, three different 802.11n radios (for connecting to controller and other devices), WiFi Direct
PS4: Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 (EDR)
Xbox One: Motion Control New Microsoft-developed Kinect camera, with 250,000-pixel infrared depth sensor and 1080p camera
PS4: PlayStation Eye dual lens 1280x800x2 camera