The rumour mill is in full motion today after reports have surfaced that Microsoft may be considering increasing the hardware specifications of their new next-generation Microsoft Xbox One gaming console.
Over the past weeks Microsoft has struggled to win the hearts of gamers after making a number of embracing fumbles whilst unveiling the specifications and technologies used within their next-generation Microsoft Xbox One games console.
The company then quickly made a u-tun on some of its Microsoft Xbox One features to try an win back support for their console after gamers worldwide started to lose faith in their Xbox One creation.
Now a “trusted source” of the Examiner website, has revealed that the Microsoft Xbox One console may see an increase in RAM from 8GB and 12GB, as well as a upgrades to the core system. However its not sure if Microsoft has time to implement theses hardware specification changes before the Microsoft Xbox One console launches some time during the fall later this year. The Examiner source explained:
“Physical RAM won’t be upped in time for November release as it was too late even during initial reveal, but developers are saying, in terms of efficiency of the RAM and the reported yield problems, Microsoft have made some snappy breakthroughs and gave the impression it was a straight up increase in clock speed,”
Let’s hope that Microsoft does bump up the consoles RAM to a tasty 12GB , but as always when more information comes to light regards changes to the hardware specifications of the next-generation Microsoft Xbox One games console we will keep you updated as always.
Source: Hot HardwareFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News, Top News, Xbox