It looks like upgrading the SSD in the Xbox Series X and probably the Xbox Series S will be easy

Someone disassembled the Xbox Series X and found that there was a standard WD SSD M.2 NvME drive inside. Specifically SN 530 v 2230 vekostia s rchlosou 2,400/1,950MB/s s400 TBW.It will probably be similar in the Xbox Series S, kee and we saw a similar card storage design there as well.

For Microsoft, it’s obviously an expensive way to fly there, but you can easily exchange it for a quick one or in. Probably the same as the Xbox One, it will work with other discs that just format.

On the other hand, if the rear SSD card will probably work on a similar system, we will probably soon see external slots into which you will insert the age of the NvME disk. You don’t have to, you wouldn’t disassemble it, and you won’t have much for the SSD version. This is currently the case M.22230 SSD, at least not in sufficient sizes or at reasonable prices.

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