It's expected to be another five years until Microsoft releases the next-generation Xbox, but there could be a new Xbox Series X coming sooner. A discless Xbox Series X, codenamed Brooklin, might be in the works, according leaked court documents that surfaced on Tuesday.
The new Xbox would have a unique cylinder-like design that doesn't feature a disc drive, a USB-C plug in the front, updated internal parts including Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2, and 2TB of storage, which is double the amount available in the current Xbox Series X. Brooklin would use less power than the current Xbox Series X by 15% and have a new low-power standby mode that is 20% less power than the current console's standby mode, according to the court documents.
The documents appear to be part of an exhibit in FTC v. Microsoft, in which the Xbox maker is attempting ...
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