Xbox Series S

The Xbox Series X Controller Packaging Looks To Confirm The Xbox Series S

It’s been long-rumoured that Microsoft is working on a lower-powered Xbox Series X called Xbox Series X (or Lockhart) but this seems to be the most solid confirmation that we’ve had.

The same person that leaked the white Xbox Series X controller has now posted the packaging for said controller which confirms support for Xbox Series X, iOS, Windows 10, Android and most importantly, Xbox Series S.

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This has been backed up by Venture Beat’s Jeff Grubb who has said that information about the Xbox Series S looks to be coming within three weeks.

The box also reiterates features such as the hybrid D-Pad, share button, Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth support and the textured grip.

The Xbox Series S is rumoured to include 7.5GB of ram (compared to the Xbox Series X 13.5GB of usable RAM), an underclocked CPU speed and around 4 teraflops of GPU performance (compared to the Xbox Series X 12 teraflops of GPU performance). The Xbox One X has 12GB of RAM and 6 teraflops.

There’s supposed to be another Xbox event in August, so hopefully it won’t be too long before we have the full Xbox Series X picture. Gamescom opening night takes place on Tuesday, August 25th at 4:00am, so it’s likely that we could see it there.

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