Microsoft has filed a two new projects with the FCC, suggesting new Xbox hardware is in development.
The FCC regulates all data communication devices sold in the US, so any new hardware from Microsoft would have to go through them before an official announcement.
Upon further inspection, it can be seen that each filing includes an availability date. 1683 is set for June 25, and 1682 coming a month later on July 29.
This is shortly after E3 2016, leading some to speculate that Microsoft is planning to announce a new set of consoles at the event.
Microsoft will likely announce further details at its E3 press conference, set to take place at 4:30PM GMT on Monday, June 13.
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