Microsoft is already doing the legal thing overall design of the console, but somehow wanted to keep some secret about the back and its connecting ports. During the AMD conference at CES 2020, a photo of is the back of the Xbox Series X, however, AMD made it clear that it was an image made by them and that they were not compatible with the Microsoft product.
Now, however, we can see in the actual pictures this part of the console that Microsoft seemed to want to hide for some reason.
Original Xbox Series X photos
Here are the images filtered through the network, and that show the back and forth of the console. It should be mentioned that Brad Sams, who is part of the Xbox Insider team verified the authenticity of the photos
There is not much I can say about this before because it is similar to the one shown by Microsoft. Here we see slot physical disks with the disconnect button, USB 3.0 Type-A port and the button above this functionality is still unclear (either to reset or turn off the hypothetical lighting). In the top left corner we have Xbox logo That would be a power button obviously.
Let's look back, the more we get to talk about.
In addition to the Kensington key located on the label, we find in the lower middle (from bottom to top) generator near one location HDMI We understand that it should be 2.0. Plus, we have a port RJ-45 Gigabit right next to the staircase that hasn't been defined yet (for example might have cleared an error). High two USB 3.0 Type-A ports supplemented with S / PDIF digital audio output. It draws attention lack of USB-C connectors.
Grilles that connect the harbors are obviously wines. In any case, it should be noted that, as stated on the label, this Xbox Series X is an example with the console ports connecting Microsoft to the market at the end of the year may be different, and they certainly will be because the lack of USB-C ports will be very strange today.
NVMe Gen 4 SSD as storage
In addition to the console design and its connectivity ports, new details regarding the internal Hardware have also been revealed. Earlier this month there was already a leak that the Xbox Series X's internal SSD would take control of the Phison controller, and according to recent reports they have calculated the performance that Microsoftonsole will have to fulfill. only if you install PCI-Express 4.0 NVMe SSD They could accomplish it.
This information was verified according to Linkedin's profile of Phison's software developer, whose presentation confirms that he is a partner in the development of the PS5019-E19 controller, PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe SSD installed on Xbox Scarlett.
In any case, this hardware choice for the Xbox Series X would have made more sense, especially considering that its Hardware would have AMD.