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As was originally reported by Kotaku last month, the new Xbox One is 40% smaller than the original, features a 2TB hard drive, 4K Ultra HD video support, High Dynamic Range, a streamlined controller and a vertical stand. Although the image didn’t give any indications as to a release date, the slim console is expected to launch in August.
Microsoft is also said to be working on an upgraded Xbox One with a faster processor and Oculus Rift support. There’s a chance we will see both the Slim console and the upgraded console at tomorrow’s event in Los Angeles.
Sony decided to forego a big E3 unveiling for its “high-end PS4,” opting to announce it via a Financial Times interview instead.