Bad news: The Xbox One X won’t support Bluetooth
Microsoft’s Xbox One X will not support Bluetooth, despite information to the contrary on the Xbox One X official webpage.
A mistake on the product’s official page
According to the official page of the Xbox One X, the company’s newest release promises to be the strongest game console in the whole world while supporting Bluetooth connectivity. This would have been the first Xbox host to support Bluetooth.
Obviously, the fans cheered for this feature but according to OnMSFT, the latest Microsoft console will not come with support for Bluetooth connectivity.
Microsoft had to remove the relevant instructions from the Xbox One X official page and as a result, the company has been working on updating the page and removed any references to Bluetooth support.
So, after all, users who became very excited about the presence of the Bluetooth connectivity feature in the new Xbox One X have to chill out as it is not going to happen.
What users think about this
According to user opinions, the news was a bit saddening for some but didn’t seem to bother others. Some users said that the lack of Bluetooth connectivity would not turn out to be a major issue as they are not interested in talking with random gamers.
Some users, on the other hand, admitted that the features presented on the Xbox One X’s official page lead to their decision of purchasing the console and now that it turns out that not all of the features are implemented, they might have a change of heart. This would be a pity because we’re convinced that Microsoft’s latest console is going to be a blast with or without Bluetooth connectivity.
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