Take a look at the new console coming this year. MICROSOFT'S new Xbox console has leaked ahead of their conference later today. Take a look at the specs under the hood for this excellent new machine
Microsoft's new slimline Xbox One is real and leaked ahead of the company's conference starting later tonight.
The Xbox One S will reportedly be 40% smaller and be a white design.
Contained within the console it will also have a larger 2TB hard drive and feature support for 4K video.
An advert for the console also suggested it will come with "streamlined controller" and vertical stand, both of which you can see above.
This would allow it to stand up vertically, unlike the original Xbox One.
It's believed that the chunky Power Brick from the Xbox One is also internal
Microsoft has yet to officially announce its revised Xbox One or confirm any further details the hardware, although it would stand to reason that it would announce it officially during the company's E3 press conference later this evening, which you can watch on the Daily Star Tech section from 5:30pm.
Whilst there the company could also unveil a second new console which will rival Sony's now confirmed high-end PS4 Neo.
It's believed this more powerful Xbox - reportedly codenamed Scorpio - would release in 2017, although we'll have to wait before we can confirm any firm details about the machine until later today.