With the Nintendo Switch Pro seemingly about to be revealed, fans have been having fun speculating about the new-look console.
After months of rumours and speculation, the Nintendo Switch Pro (or whatever it’s called) is tipped to appear during the upcoming E3 Nintendo Direct conference.
Nintendo will hold its annual Direct presentation at 5pm BST UK time on the afternoon of June 15.
In the run up to the big reveal, TheToyZone has created some mock-ups of what the Nintendo Switch Pro could look like.
The site has eight different Nintendo Switch Pro designs, the majority of which are based on past Nintendo consoles.
This includes a Game Boy Switch, a NES Switch, a Nintendo 64 Switch, a SNES Switch, and a Gamecube Switch.
There are even a couple modelled after famous Nintendo franchises, such as Mario Kart and Star Fox.
But the console design that really grabbed our attention is the awesome foldable Switch, which you can see below.
According to TheToyZone, the foldable Switch is inspired by the dual-screen delights of the Nintendo DS, as well as the folding Game Boy Advance SP.
“This is the dawn of foldable screens, and it won’t be long before snotty kids can scrunch up their portables and stuff them in their pockets with whatever else they keep in there,” the site explains.
“To keep our foldable Switch concept Nintendo-esque, we looked to the clamshell designs of the Nintendo DS and Gameboy Advance SP for inspiration.
“The DS had two screens, one of which was touch-sensitive. In the age of origami screens, we’ve put a smaller window on the outside for gaming in confined spaces, and a bigger, folding touch screen in the shell to fit in more platforms or even a keyboard.”
While the actual Nintendo Switch Pro is unlikely to feature a foldable display, it will reportedly have an OLED screen.
According to a recent report on Spanish website Vandal, the Nintendo Switch Pro will make other useful improvements.
The handheld will reportedly feature a flap on the back on the device, similar to the Microsoft Surface Pro.
Replacing the flimsy kickstand on the current Nintendo Switch, this should make the device much more stable when resting on a flat surface.
The dock will also be larger, and will feature an ethernet port for speedier internet connection, as well as a USB 3.0 port.
Finally, while the console will be a similar size to the current model, the display will reportedly be a bit bigger.
The suggestion is that Nintendo will remove (or at least reduce the size of) the bezels surrounding the screen.
We should find out more during the upcoming Nintendo Direct on June 15.
This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Gaming Feed