Slimmer design expected to support 4K Ultra HD video and High Dynamic Range, according to the leak.
Microsoft is expected to unveil a more compact version of its Xbox One at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) on Monday, but we may have already gotten our first look at the new game console.
Members of the video game forum NeoGAF have posted images of the forthcoming Xbox One S, a design that is dramatically smaller and slimmer than its predecessor. In addition to the smaller size, an accompanying spec sheet says the new console will support 4K Ultra HD video, High Dynamic Range, and 2 terabytes of storage - double the capacity of the highest-end Xbox One available now.
It's been reported by Kotaku, Polygon and The Verge that we could expect the Xbox One Slim (not it's eventual name, but also not far off) to be 40 percent smaller than the current model.
The image, which appears to be part of a preorder ad, doesn't offer any shipping details, so you are going to have to tune into the Microsoft press conference at 9:30 a.m. Monday.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for comment.