New information has surfaced regarding Microsoft's long-rumored Xbox Series S console. Thanks to a leak via tech journalist Brad Sams, we may have our first glimpse at the next-generation console's design and its cheap price point.

The design concept shows a slick, white console not too dissimilar to the Xbox Series X design, just a little flatter, alongside the Series X controller, which leaked back in August. It appears to feature a black cooling grill and — according to the video below — will be considerably smaller than the Series X. No disc drive is visible, though a USB drive can be seen on the front.

If the leak is correct, the console will retail at $299, which is much more affordable to the rumored $499-599 RRP of the One X. Of course, pricing is subject to change but hopefully, it will remain in the same ballpark. Updates to follow.

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