At The 2019 Game Awards event taking place at Microsoft Theater (Los Angeles – USA), Microsoft officially announced the name of its next gaming console, Xbox Series X, which is expected to sell by the end of 2020.
Microsoft released a nearly 2-minute trailer to introduce the name of the design of the Xbox Series X, and Xbox console chief Phil Spencer also announced that the Xbox Series X would be speedy. 4 times more processing power than the Xbox One X generation. The trailer shows that the new Xbox will have a vertical cylinder design, similar to the case of a desktop PC, rather than a horizontal form like previous generations, In addition, the handle has also been redesigned and added a share button so that players can share the screen when playing games on social networks.
It is reported that the Xbox Series X will be equipped with AMD’s SoC chip with Zen 2 CPU and Radeon RDNA GPU, along with high-speed SSD for faster game loading. The next-gen console of MS will support gaming at 8K resolution, frame rates up to 120fps, ray-tracing etc. Phil Spencer revealed that the GPU power on the Xbox Series X will be twice that of the Xbox One X, which is about 12 teraflops.
In addition, Xbox Series X is also equipped with 2 features Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) to reduce frame lag when exporting images via HDMI and Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) – reducing the delay of the controller. Phil Spencer also said that Microsoft will combine the power of cloud computing to support processing power for Xbox Series X, making it the most complete gaming machine.