The PlayStation 4 Pro releases this Thursday and Sony have opted to not go down the path of giving customers the chance to choose their storage size, instead only providing a 1TB option. Whilst this would be enough for most gamers, this console is for pro gamers and it’s incredibly likely that you’ll be looking to upgrade out of the box.
Firstly, if you’re using a 2TB drive from your old PS4, ensure to back it up to an external HD first. Alternatively, make sure that your saves are in the cloud and you can redownload your games once your hard drive is in your PS4 Pro, but do be warned it will be wiped once it’s put into your PS4 Pro. You can check that your saves are in the cloud by going to Settings > Saved Data Management > Download to System Storage.
The PS4 Pro will take any 2.5 inch Serial ATA internal drive, keeping in mind that it needs to be 9.5mm or thinner. The largest capacity that you’ll widely be able to find in Australia is 2TB. You can also splash out on an SSD as the Pro has SATA3 support.