Xbox Series Z handheld console: is it real or just rumors?

Ever since Microsoft launched Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, there have been speculations about a possible Series Z. However, the tech giant has always kept quiet and has yet to share any statement about it. . So, is the Xbox Series Z portable console real or just a rumor? Find out here.

Recently, a video showcasing the potential Xbox Series Z console went viral on social media platforms like TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. It garnered millions of views, likes and comments as fans raved about the console’s legitimacy in the video.

Many social media users are even claiming that this is a leaked design of Microsoft’s upcoming Series Z console. However, the rumors are baseless at the moment as there is no credible source behind them.

Is the Xbox Series Z handheld console real?

No, the Xbox Series Z or any other portable console you may have seen on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube or any other platform is not real yet. The videos that led to speculation about it are fan-made and the prototypes do not belong to Microsoft.

The handheld and cloud game console industry has grown at a rapid pace. Both the Nintendo Switch and the recently launched Steam Deck have been very successful. However, Microsoft has yet to reveal its plans to explore the sector.

Although experts predict that a portable Xbox console is imminent, official confirmation of the company’s roadmap is expected. Until then, you’ll treat any Xbox Series Z leaks or rumors with an extra grain of salt.

Fan-Made Xbox Series Z Handheld Console Video Goes Viral

A very realistic video showcasing a potential Xbox Series Z handheld console from TikTok creator Kashama (@imkashama) has recently gone viral on various platforms. The video continues to spread like fire on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, etc., and surprise game enthusiasts.

It has a portable console that users can keep in their pockets called Xbox Series Z in polished quality with funky music playing in the background. Kashama’s impressive concept design made fans think twice about the console’s legitimacy.

However, the design is only a concept and it is not real. Kashama is well known for creating mock-ups of futuristic technologies and showcasing them in his videos. Some of his other viral videos include an iPhone design with a touchscreen on the back and GameBoy Omega.

Xbox Series Z Handheld Console Specs and Supposed Features

The rumored Xbox Series Z shown in Kashama’s video has the hallmarks of a next-gen console with a very realistic design. Users can easily keep it in their pockets and play games on the go.

The user in the video unfolds the console using a button and it looks like a Nintendo DS. The size is approximately the size of a magazine cover. A bezel-less screen is positioned above the joysticks inside.

There’s a D-pad and the traditional A, B, X, and Y buttons that you’ll find on any Xbox controller. The person in the video shows off a number of games, including Far Cry 6, Among Uus, FIFA 22, Gears 5, and Cyberpunk 2077.

When the console is folded, it is slightly larger than an average person’s hand. The fun design is incredibly realistic and ready to be adopted by any business.

Xbox Series Z could be a reality in the future

Even though the console shown in Kashama’s video isn’t real, there have been plenty of rumors circulating suggesting that Microsoft is working on a portable console after the success of Switch.

The tech giant would certainly intend to go big in the field of cloud gaming. However, they did not share any updates on this. Neither have there been any clues about their plans nor any credible leaks.

However, Microsoft may come up with official plans soon given the industry’s remarkable potential. We could see a handheld Xbox console soon in the future. Whether it will be named Z-Series or not will remain a mystery until then.

What are your opinions on this? Do you believe cloud gaming is the future? Express your thoughts in the comments section.

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