Xbox Series X and Series S

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  • Xbox Series X
  • Xbox Series S
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The Xbox Series X with controller
Also known as
  • Project Scarlett
  • Project Anaconda
  • Project Lockhart (codenames)
DeveloperMicrosoft
ManufacturerFlextronics, Foxconn
Product familyXbox
TypeHome video game console
GenerationNinth
Release dateNovember 10, 2020
Lifespan2020–present
Introductory price
  • Series X / Series S:
  • US$499 / US$299
  • GB£449 / GB£249
  • €499 / €299
  • A$749 / A$499
  • CA$599 / CA$379
Units sold6.5 million (est. as of June 30, 2021)
Media
CPU
  • Custom AMD 8-core Zen 2;
  • Series X: 3.8 GHz, 3.6 GHz with SMT
  • Series S: 3.6 GHz, 3.4 GHz with SMT
Memory
Storage
  • WD SN530 NVMe SSD with custom ASIC that supports both PCIe 3.0 x4 and 4.0 x2;
  • Series X: 1 TB
  • Series S: 512 GB
Removable storageSeagate Storage Expansion Card (up to 2 TB; can be PCIe 4.0)
Display
Graphics
  • Custom AMD Radeon RDNA 2 architecture;
  • Series X: 52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz, 12.15 TFLOPS
  • Series S: 20 CUs @ 1.565 GHz, 4.006 TFLOPS
Sound
Controller input
Connectivity
PowerBuilt-in power supply (both consoles)
Current firmware10.0.19041.5481[1]
Online servicesXbox network, Xbox Game Pass
DimensionsSeries X: 15.1 cm × 15.1 cm × 30.1 cm (5.9 in × 5.9 in × 11.9 in)
Series S: 15.1 cm × 6.5 cm × 27.5 cm (5.9 in × 2.6 in × 11 in)
Mass
  • Series X: 9.8 pounds (4.4 kg)
  • Series S: 4.25 pounds (1.93 kg)
Backward
compatibility
All Xbox One games[a] and select Xbox 360 and original Xbox games
PredecessorXbox One
Websitexbox.com

The Xbox Series X (also known as Xbox Scarlett, Project Scarlett or simply Scarlett) is a video game console announced by Microsoft during E3 2019, which launched on November 10, 2020. It is the successor of the Xbox One.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. "What's new: Xbox system updates". Microsoft.
  2. Warren, Tom (December 12, 2019). "Microsoft's next Xbox is Xbox Series X, coming holiday 2020". The Verge. Retrieved December 12, 2019.
Notes
  1. Excluding Kinect-required games