Nintendo Switch Lite Launched, to Be Available From September 20

The Nintendo Switch Lite is official, here's your first look at it

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Switch Lite has the same 32GB of built-in storage, a MicroSD card slot for expandable storage, identical volume button layout, a headphone port and USB-C for charging.

Nintendo have released a special trailer to mark the announcement of the Nintendo Switch Lite, with General Producer Yoshiaki Koizumi giving fans an in-depth look at the console.

After months of rumors, Nintendo has made the cheaper Nintendo Switch a reality.

With that said, there are some advantages to the Nintendo Switch Lite. Available color options will include yellow, grey and turquoise.

The Nintendo Switch Lite will launch on September 20, 2019 - just in time for holiday season. It offers another level of performance and plays a completely different set of games, and it also comes in at $100 less than its $300 big sibling.

When does the Nintendo Switch Lite release?

. More to come on there, but that is the intention'. Since the Switch Lite is meant only for handheld play, the Joy-Con controllers are integrated into the device. Apart from IR motion controls and HD rumble, the Switch Lite retains all the features of the main console, such as WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, game card slots, a headphone jack, and gyro controls. The gift card information will also be emailed to you after your purchase, so you should be able to buy an additional game before the system actually arrives.

Can tabletop games work? . For games that don't support handheld mode, you can wirelessly connect compatible controllers to the Switch Lite to play. However, some games will have restrictions.

This version of Switch Lite is light gray in color with cyan and magenta buttons. The Switch Lite measures 91.1mm x 208mm x 13.9mm and weighs 275g while the Nintendo Switch measures 102mm x 239mm x 13.9mm and weights 297g. The Nintendo Switch has the same resolution but a larger screen, measuring 6.2 inches.

Previous reports stated that Nintendo will integrate updated hardware for all new variants, and this is in line with a recent analysis coming from Tirias Research principal analyst Jim McGregor, who informs that "the new Nintendo Switch [Lite] will take advantage of two generations of die shrinks to its Nvidia Tegra processor..."

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