A leak reveals an updated Xbox Series X device code named “Brooklin”

The FTC's antitrust case against Microsoft and Activision Blizzard has resulted in more internal documents leaking online, revealing confidential information. One leaked document is about the updated Xbox Series X console, code-named "Brooklin," which will have a cylindrical design.

The unique look distinguishes it from the original Xbox Series X. It will also have slightly different technical specifications, including support for Wi-Fi 6E, a USB-C port, 2 TB internal storage, and a new standby mode with lower power consumption. However, it will not have a disc drive.

The price is expected to remain the same at $499, and sales are due to begin in November 2024.

The new Xbox Series X promises to offer 4K Gen9 console gaming, increased internal storage, faster Wi-Fi, lower power consumption, and a more comfortable controller.

In addition, Microsoft is working on a new "immersive controller" called "Sebile," which will support direct connection to the cloud and Xbox Wireless 2 and Bluetooth 5.2 protocols.

In other news, Sony is also working on updated PlayStation 5 models. Those include a PlayStation 5 Slim with a removable disk drive, and a PlayStation 5 Pro with almost twice the performance of the original PS5.


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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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