Brand New Switch Model With Improved Battery Life Announced

Nintendo replace older Switch

Nintendo announced the Switch Lite, and it now appears they are bringing out an updated version of the current Nintendo Switch Model.

There were rumours going around that Nintendo would be announcing two new switch models one being a better version of the current switch and another version which would be a cheaper version. And while we have got news on the more affordable version which is the Nintendo Switch Lite, you can check that article out here. It appears as if the better version of the current model is not coming as Nintendo announced that they are releasing an updated version of the existing Nintendo Switch.

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The updated version of the current Nintendo Switch will include better battery life; currently, the battery life for the Nintendo Switch is around 2.5 – 6.5 hours depending on the games you are playing, now with the updated version the battery life will be improved increasing it to 4.5 – 9 hours depending on the games you are playing. Now the new Switch model will have the same cost as the current switch model.

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Now for those of you looking to pick up a Nintendo Switch you are better of waiting as the new model will come out in August, phasing out the original switch. But be sure to look out for the serial number which begins with XKW this will let you know it is the new Switch model.

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