During the Xbox E3 press conference, head of Xbox Phil Spencer revealed the name of the new, more powerful Xbox One (formerly known as Project Scorpio), The Xbox One X. The Xbox One X features the most powerful specs in the company's history, (which you can find here). These specs allow the console to run the Xbox One's current library of games with faster load times, improved anisotropic filtering, and supersampling, meaning the console's current games will look sharper on 1080p televisions. The company also revealed all of the Xbox One's current accessories will have HDR, Dolby Atmos, and 4K UHD Blu-Ray support. Finally, the console will also be smaller than the previous iteration of the Xbox One S. Xbox One X launches on November 7 for $499.