Nintendo Switch Pro is slated for release later this year. Many rumors have been floating around about the release date, specs, and price. In this article, we will be sharing with you all the details and leaks available so far.
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Nintendo Switch Pro
The console is only in the speculation stage right now, which means that Nintendo has yet to announce to customers that they are working on an improved model. However, according to PCMag, a few specifics regarding a specific project, codenamed “Aula.” have been discovered.
This rumored hardware, but only when docked to a TV, will supposedly support 4k visuals. It’ll probably have a better battery life than the original Switch, PCMag also recorded.
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Specifications of Nintendo Switch Pro
A recent Nintendo Switch firmware update seems to suggest that the Pro model will use the same processor as the base model of the 2019 Switch and the Tegra X1+ chipset, the Lite. The leak exposed a project called “Aula,” which suggests that by being driven to higher clocking speeds assisted by an enhanced cooling system, the chipset would deliver higher performance. SciresM also suggested that the console, with an OLED display and 4K capabilities in docked mode. It will be operated by a RealTek chip and would receive a major visual upgrade.
Major hardware upgrades will be included in the Switch Pro, including a custom NVIDIA Tegra Xavier processor, 64GB SSD storage, and 4K support.
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Nintendo has not confirmed any of the specifics regarding the console, implying there is no announced release date for the console at this time. At the same time, many reports suggest that we could see the launch somewhere in March 2021.
At present, the console retails for $299, although it costs $199 for the Nintendo Switch Lite. A Nintendo Switch Pro may cost about $399, considering the improved specs and battery life.
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