Yesterday, information about another version of next-generation Xbox, the model code-named Lockhart, was posted online. Media revealed this low-cost version of part of the host hardware configuration content. On June 28th the reporter tweeted again, continuing to confirm that the lower-priced next-generation Xbox uses the same CPU as the more powerful Xbox Series X.
Media reporters from The Verge have confirmed that the low-cost Xbox uses 7.5GB of available memory, about 4TF of CPU performance and a relatively low CPU. However, in a tweet he posted today, he changed that statement. He thinks the low-cost Xbox and Xbox Series X use the same CPU, except in terms of GPU frequency and number of computing units.
That’s good news for users and developers if they have the exact same CPU. Because not only can reduce the difficulty of development, but also the difference between the two specifications of the host will be mainly reflected in the resolution.
Microsoft’s Xbox team has decided to announce the development of a low-cost version of the code-named Lockhart at an online live event in July, which costs half the price of the Xbox Series X, the sources said. If Lockhart can provide a smooth HD gaming experience that 1080@60FPS, it’s still very competitive in the next generation console wars.