Xbox One S has 'additional raw GPU and CPU power' when compared to Xbox One [Updated]
The Xbox One S is all set to bring 4K video streaming and HDR in a chassis that's 40% smaller than the Xbox One. While Microsoft didn't go into a lot of detail regarding the hardware powering the console, it looks like the Xbox One S will feature upgraded internals that will result in better framerates.
According to Polygon:
The Xbox One S will make its debut in August, and is up for pre-order right now.
Update: In a statement to The Verge, Microsoft confirmed there are additional resources available to developers, but it looks like it only applies to HDR games. Which makes sense.
So there we have it.
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