Nintendo has launched a brand new model of the Nintendo Switch. The new version of the Nintendo Switch–separate from the recently introduced Switch Lite–is formally on the way in which Nintendo has introduced a revision to the unique Switch system that shall be similar to that version, complete with the ability to dock with a TV. However, it does sport one improvement of the note–better battery life–and will likely be in stores within a matter of weeks.
The unique launch model Switch’s battery supplied between 2.5-6.5 hours of playtime by Nintendo’s estimates. However, this revised version will ship 4.5-9 hours of battery life, even topping that of the Switch Lite, which boasts improved playtime over the unique Switch. The revised Switch model will value the same ($300 or roughly £280). Based on Nintendo’s product page, it would launch in mid-August in the US.
This isn’t a completely new model of Switch in the same way that the Lite is, instead of serving as an alternative for the original version (albeit one with a fascinating new perk with its battery life). It is possible this is a new iteration of the console that prompted a latest FCC filing, which recommended that the present Switch could see some changes to its inside parts.
As noted by Nintendo when the Switch first launched, the battery life relies on the game that’s being played, as a title like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild drains power at a lot faster rate than other, less intensive titles.