Microsoft has stopped selling the original version of the Xbox One. It means that the company is preparing to phase out the popular four-year old video game console. It also means that gamers will have to choose between the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. According to The Verge, the company offers retail versions of the Xbox One S and Xbox One X at its online store as well as the refurbished version of the Xbox One.

Xbox One X’s incredibly powerful specs

Microsoft is expected to launch the Xbox One X on November 7. A lot of gamers are excited for the console because it can smoothly play 4K HD resolution games. It has a bigger memory compared to the previous model.

It has a 12GB GDDR5 graphic memory to add speed and power to the game’s performance. It will also enable bigger worlds, further horizons, and quicker load times. Some tech enthusiasts even say that it might be the world's most powerful console.

The Xbox One X uses an eight-core processor, which runs at 2.3GHz. Some PC gamers might think that it is too much, but its console processors are packed into an incredibly tight space, and more GHz means more heat. Users do not need to worry because the device is packed with an advanced cooling liquid, and a supercharger-style centrifugal fan to ensure it stays cool all the time. It has 8GB of Flash Memory and 1TB Hard disk drive Internal Storage.

According to TrustedReviews, the Xbox One X is not just for 4K TV owners. There are also games developed for Xbox One X that will have customizable graphic settings for any types of displays.

It is usable even if the user only has a 1080p TV. Users can easily downscale the settings of the device. To experience a better performance, users can amplify the graphic settings but keep the resolution at 1080p.

What are the games available?

All games that are playable on the original Xbox One is also available on the Xbox One X. It's featured 4K games are “Fable Fortune,” “Overwatch,” “Destiny 2,” and “Star Wars Battlefront 2.” "Destiny 2" is an action role-playing game set to launch on September 6. It is also playable on PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Microsoft has already announced a lengthy list of games which plans to be on ‘Xbox One X Enhanced.’ The device will be purposely upgraded to take advantage of its powerful hardware. Because the device is still under development, fans should take note that it's announced specifications are still subject to change.