Apparently the PS5 DualSense controller could pack a much larger battery.
Taken from Tom’s Guide … The PS5 could solve one of gamers’ biggest frustrations with the PS4. Newly leaked PS5 DualSense controller details reveal that you should be getting a lot more gaming time before you see a low battery warning.
Tweeter @Galaxy666 reportedly Dgot their hands on the PS5 controller, and posted a tweet with 4 angles of the DualSense controller, including a closeup of its specifications. And while most of that detail is not in English, we can clearly make out “1560mAh,” which @Galaxy666 notes in his caption is the battery capacity of the controller.
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The current DualShock 4 controller, as confirmed originally in the fine print of a Sony press release, has an internal battery capacity of 1000 mAh.
hands on #PS5 controller #Dualsense5 , just got a short test on it. The battery capacity is 1560mA, much more than the PS4 one. pic.twitter.com/bS0wako69J
— Galaxy (@Galaxyrain666) August 12, 2020
So, there you have it, the PS5 controller’s battery could be 50% larger than its predecessors, and that means it could last that much longer than the PS4 controller. There is a chance, however, that the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers could cause an increased demand on the battery life.
Source: Tom’s Guide