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The Nintendo Switch's controller has a 6.2-inch, 720p display

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 31 Oct 2016 9:29 User comments (3)

The Nintendo Switch's controller has a 6.2-inch, 720p display Information about Nintendo's Switch console continues to trickle out ahead of a full information launch in January, and now we know some more details about the detachable controller.
The controller features a 6.2-inch, 720p display with capacitive multi-touch. This is a big step away from the 3DS and Wii U, which had less precise resistive screens.

Additionally, the Switch's screen is standard 10-point multi-touch, allowing for gestures if Nintendo chooses to support them.

It will be interesting to see what Nintendo has up their sleeve on January 13th during the more in-depth unveiling of the console's features.


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3 user comments

12.11.2016 09:30

6.2 inches and only 720P??? I know Nintendo likes to be a generation behind, but that's at least 3 generations when talking about mobile device resolutions.

23.11.2016 05:03

whats funny is it is still running a modded version of android because of the integra processor ha ha ha another ouya i guess

33.11.2016 07:59

Lol, this device is by Nintendo, there will be no Android on the system. And 720p for a 6.2 inch is just fine. You still want to make the thing affordable.

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