A Japanese gaming Nintendo switch has gained popularity worldwide. With 61 million purchase since March 2017, it leads to the Switch shortage. There has been a piece of news lately where Nintendo is working over a new version of the Nintendo Switch. However, there was no word from the company but the fans have named it ‘Nintendo Switch Pro’.
The Wallstreet Journals, Bloomberg and many international trade publications like Nikkei and Digitimes have portrait when and how will the Switch Pro arrive.
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Hence, there is no official date of the release but it was predicted to release in August 2020. According to another source, the date for next year was predicted on the new year with new lineups of mew games.
The Nintendo Switch was released in March 2017 and later on, it became the best selling system and gained enough profit that the company could afford the “PRO” version of it.
Switch lite costs $ 100 cheaper than the recent model of the switch which is $299. As the switch has become so popular the next version will definitely be updated version with new features. Earlier it moved from Wii to Wii U but this time the company will upgrade it like Apple’s I phone.
For replacing the 2017 model it has to bear the price tag of $300. Switchlite was for
$199.99, the first-gen switch currently priced $299.99, the Switch pro: the first-gen may cost $299.99 and the premium price cost $399.99
According to Mochizuki’s report in August 2019 has highlighted the two most updated improvements 4K docked resolution and juiced-up computing power.
It is expected that the Nintendo Switch will have more of a realistic look with 4k support, double the internal storage than the original and four USB port ports compared to one on the first switch. Hence, you can download more software without any problem of storage.
121mm x 202mm x 50.6mm dimensions, weight: 398g with connectors 2 USB Type-A ports (3.0), 2 USB Type-C ports, 2 HDMI ports, power supply socket, CPU/GPU: NVIDIA Tegra Xavier processor (custom), System Memory: 64 GB solid-state drive, Connectivity: Wireless LAN, Bluetooth 5.1, Video Output: Standard 1920 x 1080 resolution, FullHD [60 fps], maximum Ultra HD and 4K resolution, Audio output: Linear PCM 5.1 stereo support, and 7.1 surrounds, Speakers: Stereo, USB Ports: Type A (3.0), and Type-C, Audio Socket: Stereo output, Game Card Slot: Only for Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch 2 game cards, Power Supply: AC 100 – 240 V, 50/60 HZ.
This is the information that got leaked through some sources. Therefore, the Nintendo fans will play the best and the iconic games soon.
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