The Nintendo Switch reveal has just been launched a few days but there have been a lot of questions about its specs. Well, they won't be waiting that long because the specs have been leaked already.
The leak was reportedly made on Twitter by a user with the name NWPlayer123, the same person who leaked information about Splatoon. The specifications looked similar to the specs Emily Rogers predicted back in September. As far as the September prediction was concerned, Rogers can be a reliable source as she had made some accurate predictions in the past.
With the supposed Nintendo Switch specs already leaked, it is safe to say that Nintendo's new console, previously dubbed as Nintendo NX, is a powerful piece of machine packed in a small body.
The specifications indicate that the Nintendo Switch is using the Nvidia Maxwell second generation architecture and 4 ARM Cortex-A57 core with a maximum of 2 GHz. It's also pretty fast as well with 256 CUDA cores, a maximum of 1 GHz, and 1024 FLOPS/cycle.
Other features include 4 GB of RAM (25.6 GB/s, VRAM shared), 32 GB of storage (maximum transfer rate of 400 MB/s), USB 2.0 and 3.0, display of 1280 x 720, 6.2″ IPS LCD, 10-point multi-touch, and video Output of 1080p maximum and 60 fps or 4k and 30 fps maximum.
It can be remembered that Nintendo had announced during its launch that it will give no further information or any related information about the console or its specifications. However, the game company added that it will answer any questions players have about the console before its market release in March 2017.
What Nintendo has revealed so far are the list of developers who have partnered with them to release their games on the Nintendo Switch. Some of these include Activision, 505 Games, Bandai NAMCO, Bethesda, CAPCOM, Sega Games, and Square ENIX.