Xbox Series S: Microsoft's next game console
Xbox Series S: Microsoft's next game console

There are rumors that Microsoft will release a next-generation Xbox console this month, and it looks like the cheaper platform will be calling it Xbox SeriesS.

Verge showed the new image of Microsoft's Xbox Game Console with Microsoft White Packaging and Packaging (Xbox Series S).

Twitter users can purchase a new console arm through the resell site. The side of the box indicates that the controller can be used with (Xbox Series X) and (Xbox Series S).

Microsoft hasn't officially released the Xbox Series S, and the company hasn't even confirmed the existence of a white Xbox Series X console.

Last month, the Xbox Series X console came online in white with a new D-pad and a new Share button.

This new leak is in line with previous leaks on the console arm, and retail packaging suggests it may soon be commercially available.

The Xbox Series S could be Microsoft's second generation Xbox (called Lockhart).

Microsoft documents were re-released in June to clarify the company's plans for two next-generation game platforms.

The Microsoft Xbox Series X Devkit (named "Dante") allows game developers to enable a special "Lockhart" mode that contains performance profiles Microsoft wants to achieve with a second console.

The Lockhart console is expected to have 7.5 GB of available RAM, approximately 4 teraflops of GPU power, and the same processor as the Xbox Series X.

There are rumors that Microsoft will launch a new, cheaper platform in August.

This platform can play an important role in the company's subscription (Xbox All Access), which includes monthly consoles (Xbox Live) and (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate).

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