The two consoles are, in many ways, extraordinarily similar. Both have 500GB hard drives. Both have Blu-Ray. Both have DVR capabilities, allowing gamers to record their gameplay and share it across social networks.
The PS4 uses GDDR5 RAM while the Xbox One uses faster, but lower-bandwidth, DDR3 memory. The video and processor specs also appear to be remarkably alike, with chips manufactured by AMD. Neither Intel or nVidia got a chance to integrate their tech into the next-gen consoles—something I almost regret, if only because it would give us more to compare and contrast between the two systems.
Sony’s PS4 peak shader throughput clocks in at 1.84 TFLOPS vs. Xbox One’s 1.23 TFLOPS. The PS4?s memory bandwidth is a hefty 176.0 GB/s vs the One’s 68.3 GB/s. And the PlayStation 4 has the higher GPU core count as well, with 1152 vs Xbox One’s 768.
PS4 from the beginning has been the better branded, gamer-friendly product compared to the xbox one.
One of the MANY bad things about the xbox one is it's camera thingy that has facial/emotional recognition that has people being really concerned about it. Also, the need for being logged in to the internet at least once a day to be able to use it which they have recalled the last time I checked.