Nintendo‘s next console, presently codenamed “NX,” is a handheld device having the ability to connect with a tv, based on a study by Eurogamer.
Sources told the opening the NX will have a large screen with two removable controllers. The controllers can be taken off to ensure that customers can plug the portable console right into a docking station to be used with televisions.
The hardware is anticipated to operate on Nvidia’s Tegra processor.
Furthermore, the report states that games is going to be cartridge based, although digital downloads will also be likely to be a choice for buying games. Eurogamer indicates that Nintendo might be using 32 GB cartridges, however this figure appears low given how big games readily available for current home consoles.
The NX is anticipated to operate a Nintendo-produced operating-system, not stock Android.
Nintendo has yet to formally unveil the machine, but has acknowledged its existence. The organization is broadly likely to reveal the console around September this season, having a launch planned for 2017.