Nintendo Switch Mini Images Leaked: Different Design Than Previous Leaks
In this post, we will be talking about Nintendo Switch Mini. Nintendo’s gaming console, the Nintendo Switch was released back in 2017, and according to statistics, the gaming console was the fastest-selling consoles in the US market ever. However, fans of the console are in for a treat is rumors are to be believed.
Nintendo is planning to up their game and is planning to bring new changes to their console to provide a better experience to the gamers and to improve its sales. We have gathered all the details and information regarding the gaming console, so here is everything you need to know about Nintendo Switch Mini.
Nintendo Switch sold over millions in the first month of its official release. The approx amount was over 3 million units, which exceeded Nintendo’s initial plan of selling 2 million units, and by the end of their first year, the company sold nearly 14 million units worldwide. Regarded as the house of Mario, the console is extremely popular, and the new rumored mini versions are expected to deliver the same results.
Rumor has it that Nintendo is developing the mini version rather than the next successor of the switch and despite Nintendo’s silence, the leaked images are adding some serious strength to it. The upcoming mini version is reportedly called “Mini Switch 2,” and it was shared on Twitter by a user named Roland Quandt. His tweet read “One of Nintendo’s official licensees for accessory products has a Silicone Cover for the Nintendo “Mini Switch 2″ coming.”
One of Nintendo's official licensees for accessory products has a Silicone Cover for the Nintendo "Mini Switch 2" coming. Here are some of the official pics for this #NintendoSwitch2: https://t.co/cvka1OuB7Y
Although, the design looks a little different from the leaked images shared earlier. The previously leaked image showed that the thumbsticks were positioned on the same level. However, that is not the case for this new design. So, the credibility of the images needs to be questioned.
Until Nintendo officially provides an answer to this, we can’t be sure about anything, and we expect to hear Nintendo’s response in the upcoming days.