Kotaku is saying that it has managed to get it’s hands on a 90+ page developer kit manual for the “Orbis”, Sony’s next-generation console.

The document crucially contains specs and information regarding the console’s new controller.

Kotaku has it from a 90+ page developer document that PlayStation 4 or “Orbis” as it is being referred to, will contain 8GB of system memory, 2.2GB of video memory, a 4x Dual-Core AMD64 “Bulldozer” CPU – which gives it 8 cores, an AMD R10xx GPU, a Blue-ray drive, 160GB HDD, and 4x USB 3.0 and 2x Ethernet ports. The audio output is HDMI & Optical, 2.0, 5.1 & 7.1 channels.

The system supports Sixaxis and DualShock 3 at present, but a new controller is in development and has a working title of “Orbis Development Tool”.

The controller features the iconic four face buttons, two thumbsticks, shoulder triggers, a capacitive touch pad similar to the one of the back of PlayStation Vita, motion sensors, tilt correction, vibration function and a RGB LED light. It also curiously features a “Share” button.

PlayStation 4 will also allow for “multi-user simultaneous logins.”

Of course, this is just a rumour and Sony have not and will not confirm if there is any truth behind this specs and controller details.

As ever, we will keep you posted.

Read the entire Kotaku report right HERE.