There seems to be no more doubts: Xbox Series S "Lockhart" exists, and at this point only the official announcement from Microsoft is missing.
The new generation white controller that appeared in photos on Twitter a few days ago was again immortalized in some images (and in a short video) in which the sales package is also shown. This is a not insignificant detail, given that interesting details are imprinted right on the box, including the compatibility of the peripheral with Xbox Series X and S. The controller would have been purchased by a user at a third-party retailer for 35 dollars: the news was later confirmed by The Verge.
The economic variant of the Xbox Series X could therefore be presented at the next Microsoft event scheduled for this month: we just have to wait.
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Xbox Series S "Lockhart" has been at the center of many rumors: it should mount a 4TFLOPS GPU (compared to 12 of Xbox Series X) with 7.5 GB of RAM (Series X will have 13.5). The main specifications of the two next-generation consoles should instead be identical (CPU and SSD on all), with the only substantial differences detectable in the graphics sector and in the amount of RAM available for games.
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