During the Nintendo Switch presentation on January 12, more detailed specs of the Switch console were shown. The Switch has a 6.2″ screen with multi-touch support and a 1280×720 resolution display. It also contains a brightness sensor, internal speakers and an audio jack, though the audio jack will only be usable when in undocked mode. There is also a helpful kickstand for when you don’t have the device docked. The Switch has a confirmed 32GB internal storage, and it can be expanded using MicroSD cards of up to 128GB in size. There is also a slot for the different game cartridges. You can see a clear slot for the game cartridges. In addition, the battery life has been confirmed to last from anywhere two-and-a-half to six hours, depending on the game being played.
On top of this information, we now have a clearer idea of the pricing for future Switch games. As seen here on the official Nintendo Store, 1-2 Switch, a game which features a selection of party-style minigames, will be $49.99. Other titles such as the new boxing game Arms, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, are all priced at $59.99. Given that 1-2 Switch is a collection of smaller games, it seems likely that $60 will be the standard price for Switch titles moving forward.