Xbox Series S

The Xbox Series S Design Looks To Have Leaked

Brad Sams of Thurrott has given us our first look at the Xbox Series S after several leaks in recent weeks.

In a video blowing the lid off the console, Sams says that the console will cost roughly $299 USD (roughly $399 AUD). As expected, the console is white, has no disc drive (although this won’t be clear until we get a better look at the side) and is more in-line with the Xbox One S in terms of design than the Xbox Series X.

The Xbox Series X And Xbox Series S Release Date And Prices Have Also Leaked

Obviously, the black circle is a bit of an eyesore, but obviously there would need to be some intense cooling going on.

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.

Microsoft still hasn’t announced the Xbox Series S, but it’s been confirmed in developer tools, a controller box and an Xbox Game Pass pamphlet.