The new firmware update for the Switch might not have actually offered us styles or folders; however Nintendo might have something far more amazing prepared. According to a story through Nintendo Whatever, a UK-based data miner/reverse engineer called Mike Heskin has actually found the most recent system update includes “preliminary support” for new hardware design.
Here are the findings posted on his Twitter page, which likewise recommend there’s proof of a second screen “of sorts” special to this design:
Right, it's all still X1 (actually X1+, which is X1 with the new t214/t210b01 SoC). I'm not sure how much more power they can squeeze out of it. As it is 4K, for example, seems near impossible.
— Mike Heskin (@hexkyz) April 14, 2020
Firmware 10.0.0 includes preliminary support for a new hardware design: “nx-abcd” 3 of the five new DRAM profiles are for this new hardware type, and there’s proof of a secondary screen of sorts being added solely on this design.
When asked by a fan how effective this new system might possibly be, Heskin stated it would be working on the X1+.
For a long time now, there’s continuous rumors about Nintendo launching an extra ‘Pro’ design Switch. In January, we heard how this rumored system might not be as effective as anticipated. Throughout Nintendo’s financial results instruction around the same time, president Shuntaro Furukawa stated there were “no plans” to introduce a new Switch design in 2020.