Nintendo Switch Pro rumoured to come back later this year

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Due to the backward performance of the current Switch handheld console, the rumours about the Switch Pro or Switch 2 have not been broken. However, Nintendo officials have been slow to launch a new version. According to Twitter tipster Pixelpar, the new Nintendo Switch Pro models may be official before the end of the year. He believes that the new model will maintain the same form factor, supporting the current base. The new Switch will also provide a better performance. However, there is no information on the improvements that the new Switch will bring.

Nintendo Switch Pro

At present, the general speculation on the Internet is that the Nintendo Switch Pro will come with a new Nvidia Tegra chip. This will give the device more memory and it will support 4K output. The latest version of the Switch is currently an OLED version which comes with a 7-inch OLED screen. This device will also come with a 64GB of built-in storage in handheld mode, up to 720/60 frames, and 1080P / 60 frames in TV mode.

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Nintendo Switch sales have been decent

The Nintendo Switch was officially released on March 3, 2017. This means that this device is about five years old this year. According to recent reports, Nintendo Switch’s revenue is close to $60 billion, fiber years after its release. In contrast, Microsoft spent $68.7 billion to buy Activision Blizzard last month, a premium of nearly 45%. Nintendo’s Q4 financial report shows that the sales of Switch game consoles hit 103.54 million units, successfully surpassing the Wii console’s 101.63 million units.

After surpassing the sales of Sony PlayStation 1, Nintendo said that the next target for the Switch is the Sony Play Station 4 series. After this, it will now target the Nintendo Game Boy (including the Game Boy Color). The current sales of the Nintendo Switch is 13.77 million units behind the PS4 (116.58 million units). Next is the Nintendo DS, and the top-selling game console in the world is Sony’s PS2, with a total sales of about 158 ​​million units.

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