First reported by the folks at Windows Central, multiple sources are stating that Microsoft have two consoles planned for the next-gen launch.
According to the report, the two consoles are being prepared for a holiday 2020 release. It's rumoured that the consoles are being referred to internally as the "Anaconda", a powerful, fully-featured successor to the Xbox One X and "Lockhart", a more affordable piece of hardware comparable in power to the current Xbox One X, but with "refinements under the hood".
Rumours that Microsoft is planning a streaming-only console have been making the rounds recently. These new rumours seem in line with everything we've heard so far about the next-gen wave of Xbox hardware.
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