Sony are releasing new video game consoles in 2020 and it is reported that Nintendo might be looking to do the same in 2021. But even though these reports and rumors are provided by trustable sources, they are just reports and rumors.
According to Nintendo, they are definitely not releasing any new video game systems in 2020. This means that Nintendo fans will have to wait at least until 2021 before they can upgrade.
Until then, fans can choose to play games on two of the latest consoles released by Nintendo. These include the Standard Nintendo Switch and the more recent Nintendo Switch Lite. Both consoles are quite similar but completely different at the same time. Take a look at some of the key differences between both versions of the console given below if you’re having a hard time deciding which one to purchase.
Keep in mind that the Nintendo Switch Lite can only be played in handheld mode. This is why almost all comparisons below are made between the Switch Lite and the Nintendo Switch’s handheld mode.
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Display and Graphics
In terms of output, the Switch Lite is similar to the handheld version of the original Nintendo Switch. Both versions are capable of running the exact same games at similar resolutions (720p).
Both the Switch Lite and the handheld Nintendo Switch also have the same processor. The Switch Lite feels much less capable when compared to the docked version of the Nintendo Switch.