Xbox Scorpio: SDK Details Revealed, Bluetooth Support, New Info Coming Soon – Rumor
Possibly coming next Thursday.
Jez Corden, a journalist working for website WindowsCentral has revealed that new information about Project Scorpio may be coming next week. According to Corden, the information will be revealed through a website (our assumption is it will be through Digital Foundry given their track record as far technical anaylsis goes) and the article will be going live on Thursday. WindowsCentral is one of the bigger Microsoft focused publications out there and they have previously ran a number of stories related to the Scorpio leak. But as usual this report should be taken with a grain of salt.
He also revealed that the Scorpio won’t surpass the specifications announced by Microsoft during E3 2016 which means the hardware will stick to 6 TFLOPS GPU, 320GB/s of memory bandwidth and 8 cores CPU. According to Corden, the Xbox Scorpio will also have Bluetooth support but won’t feature a Kinect port like the Xbox One S. Lastly, he revealed a bit about the Scorpio SDK stating that the dev kits have an LCD front panel that the developers can use to see statistics in real time
We will keep you updated when we have more information on this. Thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.