Latest PS5 update fixes Samsung smart TVs 4K, 120Hz and HDR issues

It is quite funny to hear that Forbes already reported about a new PS5 update, which Sony will confirm later on its blog. Coming back on the matter, the latest firmware update provides software fixes and one of them is related to Samsung TVs.

According to the information, this latest PS5 release fixes the compatibility issues with Samsung TVs in which PS5 will offer 4K gaming at 120 frames per second with HDR enabled.

Just to refresh your memory, this functionality of PS5 was not supported with the Samsung TVs due to a bug related to HDMI 2.1 and Sony’s firmware. However, Samsung already confirmed this news back in January as it was working with Sony to encounter this issue. Therefore, thanks to this small yet productive collab, the FOTA is now ready to hit the consumer’s PS5.

Apart from the fixes, the update adds a new feature in which PS5 owners finally can move games from the internal SSD to a USB drive without any hassle. Meanwhile, to store the big PS5 games you need a fast storage device. Therefore, this is a huge opportunity for Samsung to sell its external SSDs as these storage devices can also be used as a USB drive for PS5.

Besides, the popular console company is yet to publish the update’s changelog. But it is quite confirmed from the sources, this new update will be available to all the PS5 units worldwide in the coming days.


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