Sony's still yet to comment on the leaked images of the PlayStation 4 Slim, but an announcement is looking increasingly likely at the PlayStation Meeting on 7th September. Indeed, the Wall Street Journal reports that the platform holder will unveil a new "standard" model alongside the high-end PS4K (or Neo) in New York next month.

The publication claims that the Japanese giant hopes to attract "hardcore fans and more casual users to its video game platform" with the two units, meaning that the leaked Slim is likely to be priced low in order to attract more financially conscious gamers, while the more expensive Neo encourages dedicated fans to upgrade.

Apparently, this is all part of Sony's plan to keep the PS4's install base growing at pace. "The company has been trying to build a community of users so that it can earn consistent revenue from subscriptions and software downloads," the article concludes. It's all starting to make sense to us, but the question is: how low will the Slim's price go?