We've told you a few times in recent months that Nintendo might be working on two new Switch consoles, including an upgrade to the current model and a smaller, more affordable Switch. Nintendo has denied these rumors every time someone picked them up.
Most recently a The Wall Street Journal History claimed Nintendo is ready to reveal the two consoles, and earlier this week we saw an alleged make the smaller Nintendo Switch leak. Now we have more proof that the Nintendo Switch Mini Mockup, which leaked, can be based on the right thing.
We have already warned you to take the picture below with a grain of salt, but the Chinese game accessory maker listed the product revealed more details about it to NintendoLife and said the case is based on "secret "information:
We have talked to an HonSon representative about the product listings in question and have been told that the company has based these products on" secret "information and that it is waiting for Nintendo to officially confirm the system before they are put in production HonSon will then adjust the model to make sure it fits perfectly with the console. & # 39; The representative also confirmed that the Switch Mini (as its name suggests) is slightly smaller than the current version based on the information it has received.
It is still unclear where this information comes from and we want to emphasize that HonSon has not yet revealed any actual details of the smaller console beyond the reproduction we saw:
That That said, we are used to seeing leaks like this, as that is exactly what happens to out-of-the-box phones long before they reach stores. Accessory makers, who may have access to proprietary information from manufacturers, often design accessories for these devices and many of them are delicious.
Meanwhile, Nintendo has not yet sent any messages about the rumored new hardware. WSJ reported a few days ago that the Japanese game giant is targeting the Christmas shopping season with the new consoles, so we expect a message to fall at some point in the coming months.