Information from the court document FTC vs Microsoft (although this is not the forgotten document) reveals the sales breakdown of Xbox sub-models. The Xbox Series S, the smaller and cheaper version, accounts for a staggering 74.8% or nearly 3/4 of total sales. Meanwhile, the Xbox Series X only comprises about 1/4 of the sales.
We are unclear about the timeframe of these sales data, but it is estimated to be around April 2022 (the document is labeled “Apr” but does not specify the year).
Nevertheless, two industry analysts shared data with IGN, suggesting a more balanced sales ratio of approximately 50:50, with the Series S slightly outnumbering the Series X.
Leaked information from the forgotten document reveals that in the following year, 2024, we can expect a refresh of the Xbox Series S with the same familiar design. It will feature an increased storage capacity of 1TB, improved I/O, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and will be sold at the same price of $299.
TLDR: Sales data from the court document indicates that the Xbox Series S dominates the sub-model sales with a 74.8% share, while the Xbox Series X accounts for only 1/4 of the sales. Analysts provide conflicting information, suggesting a more balanced sales ratio of 50:50. Leaked information hints at a forthcoming refresh of the Xbox Series S in 2024 with improved features and the same affordable price.