A new Nintendo Switch has more screens, more battery life, and a much more attractive design than its predecessor, according to a new report.
The Verge, citing sources, said the new Nintendo console has the screen size of an HDTV (960×540 pixels), which is larger than its successor, the Nintendo Switch, which has a smaller screen size (550×320 pixels).
The new Nintendo Wii U console has a larger screen size and a more powerful processor.
The Switch console was released last week, and was announced in February.
The Switch console will ship with a $300 price tag, which is $20 more than its Nintendo Switch predecessor.
The price of the Switch console and the Switch gamepad will be $60 and $40 respectively, according the Verge.
The Nintendo Switch was announced at E3 2017 in June, with Nintendo promising that the console would have a “supercharged” gaming experience.
The new console features a 7.1-inch Super LCD-3 display (720×1280 pixels) with 1080p resolution.
The 7.5-inch display on the Switch is the same as that found in the Switch GamePad, and the 3DS XL, but the Switch display has been shrunk to just 5.5 inches in size.
The screen is also a touch screen, meaning it can be used with touch-sensitive accessories like controllers.
The screen is a 5.3-inch touch-screen, but is the size of a standard laptop’s touchpad.
The device uses Nvidia’s Pascal graphics architecture, which offers better gaming performance.
The New Nintendo Switch is a portable device that can be plugged into a television or a TV-connected television, and has a power brick, HDMI port, and microSD card slot.
The battery is 1,300mAh and can last up to six hours of gameplay.
The battery life on the device is also impressive.
The controller and Joy-Con are optional.
The Joy-Cons are not wireless.
The Joy-CON are built into the Joy-Pad controller, which can be moved out of the way to make room for the Joy Controller 2, the Joy Sticks, and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.