Microsoft’s new Xbox game console and two gamepads are now available on South Korea’s NRRA-certified website

Although Microsoft has officially released the XBox Series X, the console is not yet available. Media MySmartPrice found the 1881 Model 1881 Microsoft XDK (Xbox Development Kit) certified on the South Korean NRRA platform. In addition to the XDK, two wireless devices were found on the platform, 1888 and 1889, presumably Xbox gamepads.

Microsoft's new Xbox game console and two gamepads are now available on South Korea's NRRA-certified website

Microsoft's new Xbox game console and two gamepads are now available on South Korea's NRRA-certified website

Microsoft's new Xbox game console and two gamepads are now available on South Korea's NRRA-certified website

On The NRRA, xDK 1881’s authentication file does not reveal any useful information, andmedia speculation may be the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S (code-named Lockhart), but it is not possible to determine which game console it is.

Microsoft's new Xbox game console and two gamepads are now available on South Korea's NRRA-certified website

Microsoft's new Xbox game console and two gamepads are now available on South Korea's NRRA-certified website

As for the 1888 and 1889 wireless devices, the authentication documents show that they are wireless devices with small output, so it’s most likely the wireless handles of both Xboxes. However, given the close time of certification and XDK 1881 for the two wireless devices, it is assumed to be in line with 1881.