According to an article published by the website Key To Gamingthe codename of the PS5 Pro is Project Trinity, it has been in development since the beginning of 2022 and they are already having demo events to show their improvements, including the possibility of running games in 8K.
It has also been said that “most” studios will receive dev kits from it by the end of November 2023, with Sony reportedly working towards releasing the PS5 Pro in November 2024.
Speaking of the supposed console’s specs, the site said they are hard to come by. However, he stated that the PS5 Pro will have 30 WGP (Workgroup Processors) and memories with 18,000 MT/s.
On performance targets, it was reported that the PS5 Pro will deliver higher frame rates, more stability in 4K games, an 8K “performance mode”, and increased use of ray tracing.
Finally, the text says that the PS5 Pro will likely be the last large-scale hardware released by Sony in the current generation. After that, the focus is expected to shift exclusively to PS6 development.