Upgraded Nintendo Switch could join new Lite model, according to FCC filing

Whereas in the present day’s Nintendo information has understandably been dominated by the announcement of the ultra-portable Change Lite, it seems that the Home of Mario can be quietly planning a revision of the unique Nintendo Change’s {hardware}, based on a brand new Federal Communications Fee (FCC) submitting.

As seen within the submitting, Nintendo has requested a ‘Class II Permissive Change’, which if granted would permit the corporate to make minor modifications to the console with out having to undergo your entire certification course of once more – this gorgeous a lot ensures the submitting has nothing to do with the rumored Nintendo Change successor.

Nintendo has requested a “Change of SoC type” and “Change of NAND Memory type” within the submitting, which, as the corporate has famous, would imply the “CPU board is changed due to the above two components.”

Image credit: FCC

(Picture credit score: FCC)

SoC refers back to the present Change’s Nvidia Tegra X1 ‘system on a chip’, which homes each the CPU and GPU, whereas NAND reminiscence is one other time period for flash storage. 

What’s at the moment unknown is whether or not Nintendo plans to considerably improve the parts to ship issues like quicker loading instances or extra cupboard space, or if it is merely trying to cut back prices by using newer and probably cheaper elements.

There’s additionally the likelihood that Nintendo is trying to convey the unique Change in step with its new Change Lite, with is alleged to function a “more power-efficient chip layout” based on The Verge.

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