The successor to the Nintendo Switch is currently referred to as the Switch 2, and there are many rumors and speculations surrounding its features and specifications.
The Switch 2 is rumored to use an updated Nvidia system-on-chip (SoC) and may support features like DLSS, potentially enabling 4K gaming.
It is expected to have DDR5 RAM, although the exact amount is unknown, and it may use an NVMe or eMMC drive for storage.
Leaks suggest that a development kit for the Switch 2 is already in the hands of a Spanish studio, indicating that key hardware specifications have been finalized.
The release date for the Switch 2 is uncertain, but speculation points to a launch after April 2024.
The price of the Switch 2 is expected to be higher than its predecessor, possibly around $399, but it remains to be seen.
Backward compatibility with older Nintendo games is highly likely, and digital copies of games are expected to carry over to the new console.
The storage capacity of game cartridges may need to be upgraded to accommodate larger games.
Nintendo's focus on hardware sales and potential features like an OLED panel could influence the pricing of the Switch 2.