However, when it comes to the premium versions of both consoles, Xbox has an edge. The Xbox One X, Xbox One S, PS4 Pro and standard PS4 all support HDR, though the list of HDR-enabled games varies by console. Winner: PS4. Games look stunning on both systems, but the stock PS4 offers better resolution for many titles.
The Xbox One X is the most powerful video game console this side of an actual gaming PC. It simply outperforms every other system including the PS4 Pro. The Xbox One X even looks better than the PS4 Pro from a purely cosmetic perspective. So if you want games to run at true 4K, the Xbox One X is the system for you.
The PS4 has now sold more units than the original PlayStation and is the second-highest selling console of all time — far behind the PS2, at ~155M units. ... Today, the Xbox One has a fraction of the PS4's sales — an estimated 43.6M systems, according to VGChartz.
The PlayStation 4 has a significantly high GPU power compared to the Xbox One which amounts to about 50% more. The PS4 uses 8GB of GDDR5 memory with a bandwidth of 176GB/sec as opposed to the Xbox One with its 8GB of DDR3 RAM. Better processing power results in seamless gameplay and better graphics.
Unfortunately, there's no clear answer on which console is faster. It is clear that the PS4 boots up considerably faster than the Xbox One, both from standby and from complete power-down. But in general, go for the console with the most desirable games and features.