A new revision of Nintendo Switch hardware has been datamined, codenamed "Aula". As well as the higher-clocked chip, SciresM believes it will use an OLED screen of the same resolution as the existing Switch models.
Past year Bloomberg documented that Nintendo were being asking builders to make game titles 4K all set, even further fuelling speculation that a Swap Pro console could be on the horizon. However, SciresM has mentioned that 4K support will be available thanks to the "Realtek 4K chip" inside the new dock.
New 12 months, more rumors about the Switch Pro. A Mariko chip will additionally allegedly allow for better cooling and battery life. With the Nintendo Switch still selling like hotcakes in spite of the rollout of newer devices from Sony and Microsoft, it's certain that Nintendo doesn't need to release a 4K-enabled console with ray tracing to compete.
Will Big N finally get into the next generation of consoles?
That said, Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has played down the possibility of the "Pro" arriving any time soon. "And as we know, technology is constantly evolving and changing". And we're normally hunting at what is coming to establish: How can it enrich and improve the gameplay experience? And whether that's on a current platform, or whether that's on a future platform, we're always looking at that.
If Nintendo does release a Switch Pro in 2021 then it could be part of an absolutely jam-packed year for the House of Mario.
Supporters have by now been teased that there are "extremely unique" designs in the will work to mark the Pokemon franchise's 25th anniversary.
When used in handheld mode, this new model comes with a few upgrades.
"However, we also see right now - and we just talked about it - that the momentum on Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite in the fourth year is strong". However, it's best to take it all easy as Nintendo can probably switch to a more ambigious route anytime.
Twitter suspends Trump's account "permanently" after Capitol riot
Update: Trump began tweeting from the official presidential account on Wednesday and Twitter responded by limiting his account . The Trump campaign's Twitter account criticized the company for "silencing" the president of the United States.