Nintendo Switch Lite was just officially announced, but the concept Nintendo Switch UP handheld game console may engross your attention if you have a preference on updated configuration.
Olivier Raymond, a Canadian senior industrial designer came up with Nintendo Switch UP, a concept handheld game console that focuses on becoming the mid-gen of Nintendo Switch, but it’s more like an upgraded Nintendo Switch Lite, which features 7-inch IPS LCD multi-touch display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, Nvidia quad-core Cortex-A72 CPU, Nvidia Turing 10nm high-performance GPU, 6GB RAM, and 64GB on-board storage.
Furthermore, the gaming device also features integrated controller that has two analog sticks, a D-pad, ABXY buttons and shoulder buttons. With the compact and lightweight design, it brings you an immersive mobile gaming experience. Moreover, a new Clever Dock supports asymmetric gameplay that allows you to play games on your TV with your Nintendo Switch UP resting in your hands. After the break, check out the images of the concept.