Such details include the design, specs, and expected release date of a new Xbox Series X console that Microsoft works on under the codename "Brooklyn."
Based on the paper, Brooklyn looks to be a mid-gen refresh of the Xbox Series X, with a new cylindrical design with slightly updated specs. It will have faster Wi-Fi 6E and be more energy efficient with a new low-power standby mode, USB-C on the front, and 2TB internal storage while maintaining the same $499 starting price.
Like the Xbox Series S there will be no disk.
"Brooklyn will deliver 4K Gen9 console gaming with more internal storage, faster Wi-Fi, reduced power, a more immersive controller and a beautiful redesign that elevates the all-digital experience of the Xbox ecosystem," the papers said.
Vole is working on a new "immersive controller," codenamed Sebille, which is set to be announced this autumn with a two-tone colour scheme and will support a direct connection to the cloud, the Xbox Wireless 2 protocol, and Bluetooth 5.2. The controller may support precision haptic feedback, similar to the PlayStation 5 controller, along with quieter buttons and joysticks.