The new Nintendo vulnerability reveals the original design of the Nintendo Switch, which looks completely different from the final product released in 2017 and has been the world’s best-selling game console ever since. From a security perspective, 2020 is a bad year for Nintendo, and the leaked content flew out of the Nintendo archives like crazy. The latest of these leaks reveals an early and original design, which will eventually become Switch and eventually Switch Lite. The interesting thing is that not only does the original design look like the final product, but it is actually closer to the Switch Lite than the traditional Switch.
As you can see below, the original design of the console has a screen that goes beyond the scope of the analog joystick and is very similar to a mobile phone display. In fact, the console is mainly a screen, with three small buttons at the bottom, making the face completely invisible.
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Nintendo will not be happy. More things have leaked just now. Switch the private key and many documents. A document reveals the design of the Switch in 2014, which is very similar to a scam floating around. pic.twitter.com/fFddJvXbpq
— Forest of Illusion (@forestillusion) December 22, 2020
According to some leaked documents, Nintendo Switch will initially support 3D functions and be backward compatible with Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo is obviously also considering using 480p screens. Thankfully, it decided to do the opposite and set the screen to 720p.
Of course, considering all of these-images and tidbits of the information-considering that all of these are leaked information, please put a grain of salt. At the time of publication, Nintendo has not commented on this leak in any way, and this situation is unlikely to change. However, if it does, we will make sure to update the story with whatever content is provided. At the same time, to fully understand all aspects of Nintendo Switch, please click here or check the related links below: