Last month, Nintendo finally took the veil off of its much-anticipated Switch Lite, a cheaper version of the Switch gaming console which would be made available to the general public on September 20th for $199. Nintendo Switch Lite is the first model to be announced since Switch’s release back in 2017. However, as reports from the Wall Street Journal suggests, Nintendo may be having a few other consoles up its sleeves.
Another interesting update circling the Nintendo Switch reported by The Wall Street Journal says that Sharp Co. and Nintendo have a pact wherein Sharp will be providing IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) display panels to Nintendo for upcoming Switch models. these panels have a special ability to offer high-resolution which Sharp even uses for its 8K TV, but the battery consumption is significantly decreased.
It could be an impressive upgrade to the Nintendo Switch and its future models if this goes on to be true as Nintendo’s use of dull and colorless display tech is one of the major issues with the Switch and has been reported by users quite frequently.