The hardware differences (and more importantly, real world performance) between the One and the PS4 are, in the context of real world activities, meaningless. Further, the hardware differences between a $4000 gaming computer and a next gen console
are negligible as well in a larger, real-life context. The 'console war' is more of an emergence of deeper cultural / social dynamics and consumer / producer relationships. Why such livid fanaticism over the 'correct' or 'incorrect' consumer decision? They
are boxes (one tilted) that help you escape your problems in a healthier way than going to the pub (we hope). For all of the fanboys on the frontlines of every forum topic about a leak, or some corporate claim about what their box can do that the other box
can't, I would be willing to bet that if you engaged in some sort of therapeutic behavior (i.e. some sort of emotional exorcism), like exercising, learning an instrument (or hell, even dropping $100 on a therapy session), you would be a much happier person
than if you picked the 'correct' box. Fixating on whether or not the One's hardware will be able to queue up high res textures as well as the PS4 is most likely just another form of escape from some real-life misery you're too afraid to confront.
The fanboy phenomenon is merely an aggressive corporate loyalty that is born out of cultural attitudes (rational or dogmatic) tackling coorporate 'visions'