Mystery Feature Of 'Nintendo Switch' Unveiled

Future Nintendo Switch customers will be delighted to hear that the all-new Nintendo console will be incorporated with a touchscreen. Nintendo has kept it quiet regarding further details since revealing the Nintendo Switch this month. But a recent report has confirmed a mystery feature on the upcoming console, which will be featuring a 6.2-inch multi-touch capacitive touchscreen that's very similar to the screens that you would find on high-end smartphones and tablets.

The Switch will be featuring a touch screen

According to further reports, the 10-point multi-touch display will be supporting multi-finger gestures, which is going to be a big incorporation compared to the single-touch screens found in the 3DS and Wii U. This can potentially mean that the Nintendo Switch will also be able to play smartphone games, including the upcoming release Super Mario Run. The news could also be an indication that 3DS and Wii U games could also be supported by the Nintendo Switch.

Major features of the Switch

The Nintendo Switch is a home console -slash- handheld gaming device. When you play your games at home, the console will rest in a dock that will be connected to your television. This means you can absolutely enjoy playing your favorite games on the big screen. When on the go, you can take the Nintendo Switch out of its dock to instantly transform it into a portable console. This means you are able to continue your game if you have to head out for some reason. It's that convenient!

Other features for the Switch will be announced SOON

Featured with detachable Joy-Con controllers, the Switch also has the capability be transformed into a multiplayer device. Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima recently announced that price and release date for the Nintendo Switch and all of the mystery would be confirmed on January 12, 2017. Major details and other features regarding the company's newest gaming console will also be introduced along with the public and media present in the special Nintendo Switch Presentation in Tokyo.

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