The news about Nintendo’s upcoming Switch console surfaced back in October and the gaming console generated so much hype around it that it even managed to gather 22 million views in less than two months on its YouTube trailer.
Nintendo showcased most of the device’s capabilities such as the instant-switching gimmick but it appears that the company has yet to disclose all the hybrid console’s features.
Recent reports coming from the Federal Communications Commission are showing that Nintendo Switch will sport a non-removable battery, something which has yet to be mentioned by Nintendo. This might not sound that important, but the fact that it’s non-removable it influences the console’s battery life expectancy, something which Nintendo has had some problems in the past with.
The company’s latest home console Wii U, shipped with a low battery life and Nintendo was forced to create a battery pack that increase the console capacity to last longer hours.
Rumors and Speculations
Knowing that Nintendo has quite a massive fan following and that the new console will be biggest release to take place in the first quarter of 2017 it’s completely understandable why the internet is buzzing with rumors and speculations regarding Nintendo Switch.
Initially, people believed that the console will run 720p video resolution when docked but recent reports are speculating that Nintendo Switch is going to output 1080p resolutions because of its WQHD video feature.
Regarding the hardware department, the hybrid console’s chipset is believed to clock at 307 MHz while in portable mode and to 768 MHz when docked. We can’t know this for sure right now since this information was provided by a detailed performance sheet posted by an unknown leakster.
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