During E3 2016, Microsoft has provided a comparative image involving Xbox One S and Xbox One, in the effort to make it clear how much smaller the new model actually is in comparison with the standard. Anyway, it appeared pretty clear that image was a bit deceptive.
A Norwegian consumer has received an early bundle with its Xbox One S console and provided a few details, some unexpected, about the way it works currently. According to his report, 4K Blu-ray are not supported as of now. They simply don't work.
Despite being each and every day beaten by PlayStation 4, it seems there's still some hope for Microsoft and Xbox One to come up with a decent amount of sales during this generation. Anticipation for Xbox One S is pretty good, indeed.
Microsoft has announced today Xbox One S will release on August 2. The release date regards, at least, the 2TB model, the most expensive one, launching at a price of $399. The other two versions, shipping with 1TB and 500GB hard drives, still lack an official release date.