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Wall Street Journal reports Nintendo will release a revised model of the Nintendo Switch in 2019

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By ub3r1337 on Oct 4, 2018 at 5:22 PM
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    More Rumors That An Nintendo Switch Pro or Switch XL or Switch Mini is in the works by big 'N' for an 2019 Release!
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    The Switch console since its release has been selling rapidly with them soon to past the 20 million mark, but recent reports to shareholders suggest they are worried sales might slow down if they don't release a 'new version' mid-cycle during its lifetime, as since WSJ (Japan) recently reports that this new 'revamped' Switch console will be launching in the Summer 2019 cycle, but no details on what enhancements it might have, except that it could have a 'better LCD screen', but not as good as being an OLED type, so still just 'rumors'!
    We already know that there is 'mariko' (an improved Tegra X1) chipset in the works, but it has not appeared yet in current Switch models, we also had rumors of Switch Pro coming out after March, and in the latest recent 6.0.0 firmware by Nintendo, there is support for 'unknown Switch' model with 8GB of RAM (double) and 128GB of storage (quadruple), but still everything is unknown, we could see just a 'Switch with improved screen and battery', or we could see a larger XL screen like first revamped 3DS models, or even a whole new more powerful version like New3DS models, with its own exclusive games, but that would sure upset those first 20 million customs that already bought into the first Switch model, but you never know, here is hoping we get more 'confirmed rumors' soon! :)

    WSJ SOURCE (English): ---> https://www.wsj.com/articles/nintendo-plans-new-version-of-switch-next-year-1538629322
    WSJ Original Source: --> https://jp.wsj.com/articles/SB11872399051430784739704584510891549569238

    NEWS SOURCE: Wall Street Journal reports Nintendo will release a revised model of the Nintendo Switch in 2019 (via) GBATemp
     

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