Update, Wednesday, September 28: As The Verge said, the patent applies to the Sony Toio Kids Toy, which is being sold in 2017. Continue to follow us on all the news on the next PlayStation.
Original News, Tuesday, September 27: The technical website has released news of a new patent registered by Sony in South Korea regarding electronic game cartridges. Unfortunately, besides the pictures (which you see at the bottom) there are no other details, so it's difficult to say what it is.
The cartridge would suggest a hypothesis about the new portable console, and in this regard, remember that for the months the Japanese giant has submitted a patent for a device that is very similar to the Nintendo Switch (photo on the top of the news).
However, statements by senior executives of Sony about the successor of PS Vita will not leave the way to this hypothesis, while it has been announced that the next leading housekeeper will be "tightly integrated with mobile devices." Perhaps this patent is related to PS5?
It's hard to express at this time, even more so when it comes to patent registration, which could be just an idea that will never find a concrete realization.
What do you suggest: what could that be?