Xbox Series X: Black Finish, Black controller, 301 x 151x 151mm, 4.5kg Xbox Series S: White Finish, White controller, 273 x 150 x 64mm, 1.9kg Also, read Xbox Series S Review: What all to Expect Even if they were launched together, there is nothing similar between the two next-gen consoles. The Xbox Series X is a matt black huge machine, designed to stand vertically and lay horizontally. Whereas the Xbox Series S is smaller in size and the console is white in color, which makes it look like a speaker.

Processing and Graphics

Xbox Series X: 3.8GHz CPU, 16GB GDDR6 RAM, 12 TFLOPS GPU (52 CUs at 1.825GHz), Custom AMD Zen 2 eight-core processor Xbox Series S: 3.6 GHz, 10GB GDDR6 RAM, 4 TFLOPS GPU (20CUs at 1.565GHZ), Custom AMD Zen 2 eight-core processor


Xbox Series X: 1TB internal SSD, 3x USB 3.2 Ports Xbox Series S: 512 Gb internal SSD, 3x USB 3.1 ports Both Consoles: storage expansion card slots Also, read The Best Xbox Series X/S Games 2020 Storage has become an advantage for the Xbox next-gen consoles, and Microsoft Has out did itself with the Xbox Series X storage. In terms of storage the X box Series S lack the internal storage when compared to the Xbox Series X, but both the consoles have Storage Expansion Card Slots. The Xbox Series S might be of a concern, considering the internal storage is 512GB, also talking into notice that most of the games now a days are up to 100GB. Some are even larger like Call of Duty: Warzone.


Both Consolers: 1x AA-battery powered controller included Both consolers: Also compatible with Xbox One Controllers With the new game consoles, comes new controller as well. The Xbox Series X has a black colored controller and the Xbox Series S has a white colored controller. Both have the same features- just a color difference. The controller comes with a new feature of saving screenshots and video clips while playing with the share button at the center the gaming pad. Also, read 6 Best Xbox Games For Girls Listed by Female Gamers in 2021

Games and Accessories

Both Consoles: Backwards compatible with Xbox One, Xbox 360, and original Xbox games Both Consoles: Also compatible with all Xbox One Accessories

Here is a list of game that are confirmed for the Xbox Series X and S:

Home Entertainment

Both Consoles: Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), HDR (high dynamic range), Dolby vision, Dolby Atmos Xbox Series X: 4K Ultra-HD Blue-ray drive Xbox Series S: No drive, digital only

Price and Availability

Both Consoles available globally on 10th November 2020 Xbox Series X launch price: £449 / $499 / €499 Xbox Series S launch price: £249 / $299 / €299 Also, read What is Xbox Game Pass: Price, Included Games

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S Specs

Xbox Series X:

CPU: Eight-core 3.8GHz (3.6GHz with SMT) custom AMD 7mmGPU: 12 teraflops 1.825GHz (locked)RAM: 16GB GDDR6Frame rate: Up to 120 fpsResolution: Up to 8kOptical: HD Blu-Ray disk driveStorage: 1TB NVMe SSD

Xbox Series S:

CPU: Eight-core 3.6GHz (3.4GHz with SMT) custom AMD 7nmGPU: 4 teraflops at 1.550GHzRAM: 10GB GDDR6Frame rate: Up to 120 fpsResolution: 1440p with 4k upscalingOptical: No disk driveStorage: 512GB NVMe SSD

Which Xbox to buy?

Well, both the next-gen game consoles have their own perks and benefits. Microsoft has made sure their they cover all kinds of audience and gamers. If you want a decent looking yet cost- efficient Xbox, the Xbox Series S is your destination and if you are ready to spend a little extra, no body is stopping you to buy the Xbox Series X.


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