In the last few years, Microsoft has seen its console line up grow to rival Sony’s PlayStation and Nintendo’s Wii U. Microsoft has also introduced some of the latest Xbox features like Xbox Live Gold and the recently launched Kinect.
Now, the Xbox One is set to continue to be the biggest selling console in the world, despite not having the best features or hardware.
Microsoft has released the first Xbox One x specifications, which are based on the new Xbox One.
Microsoft says the Xbox X specifications are “more powerful than ever”, but there are a few things to note about the specifications.
The first one is that Microsoft says it is now taking advantage of the more powerful Nvidia Maxwell architecture for its new console.
The Xbox One will also have support for the upcoming AMD Ryzen CPUs and the forthcoming Intel X399 chipset.
We know that AMD has recently announced that it will support the upcoming Ryzen Threadripper CPUs.
We also know that Intel will support Ryzen Threadrip processors.
The second big thing that the Xbox x specifications will bring to the table is support for HDMI 2.0a, which is a high-end HDMI standard for displays.
Microsoft said that its new Xbox X console will also support HDMI 2, a standard for digital signage and display.
While Microsoft isn’t saying anything about the new AMD Ryzen Threadril, the X-series CPUs are expected to be more powerful than the existing Threadrippers.
AMD has also released new CPU benchmarks for Ryzen Threadrails.
The third thing to note is that the next Xbox One console will have a new design with a curved edge.
The design has been done to mimic the curved edges of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC Desire X.
We will update this article as more information becomes available.