Switch shipping with 4GB of RAM on RETAIL units, just like early 'DevKit' models, making it double the Wii U's RAM.
It seems the specs for the Nintendo Switch have started to leak from reputable sources. While the figure may sound low, it looks like the retail version of the Nintendo Switch will have the same amount of RAM as the developer kits.
Sadly, we have to wait until Jan. 12th to know officially what the 'Switch' will have under its 6.2" Multi-Point Touch-Screen (in which we reported on earlier), but now the latest rumor leak is from well-known Emily Rogers, the ArcadeGirl64 Nintendo Insider, and she been right so far on the specs. for Switch and what we have seen in the 'teaser trailer', released just over a week ago, this time she claims that big 'N' has decided to keep the large 4GB DevKit RAM Design for the actual shipping RETAIL units instead of cutting it in half, which is the norm for gaming console manufacturers to do, when going from DevKit Design to Retail Design.
So what do you think of RAM Leak News for the Switch, will it be enough for developers making games or will they be turned off!
NEWS SOURCE: Nintendo Switch RAM: Specs Leaked By Insider Say More RAM Than Wii U (via) iDigitalTimes