Nintendo's upcoming NX console is a bit of mystery right now, but one of the company's executives has revealed that fans shouldn't expect cutting edge graphics or the most powerful specs.
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A new report from Japan suggests that Nintendo is working on a second new console, dubbed MH. This device is believed to be either a new handheld or some other form of mobile gaming device.
Nintendo has officially, albeit quietly, announced that its upcoming NX console will be launching early next year. The company reiterated that the NX is based on a new concept for consoles.
Nintendo launched the Wii U at the end of 2012, but sales have fallen far short of the company's expectations since then, and now a report claims that it will end production of the console this year.
While Nintendo continues to develop its new NX console and transition its business into the mobile market, its been announced that the gaming giant suffered a 36% fall in profits for Q4 2015.
Nintendo's president, Tatsumi Kimishima, explained to the world that the company is planning on substantially raising profits by focusing on mobile apps, and the new and original NX console.
According to the latest credible rumor, AMD may have won itself a big contract, by building semi-custom chips for Nintendo's upcoming NX console. AMD also built the chips for the Xbox One and PS4.
After a credible rumor started making the rounds yesterday, Nintendo has come out denying that it would be using Android as the operating system for its mysterious, upcoming NX console.
A new, credible rumor suggest that Nintendo's upcoming NX console might be based on Android. The move could help Nintendo attract devs as well as work well with the company's new mobile gaming focus.
Nintendo has just announced during its press conference that the gaming giant is developing a brand new console, called Project NX. Details are still scarce but this is exciting for the company.