Nevertheless, it is good to hear that Nintendo is working on a better Switch hardware. The original console, after all, runs on the slightly dated Tegra X1 processor from Nvidia. The recently announced Switch Lite features a "more energy-efficient chip configuration", according to The edge, which offers a slightly better battery life. It would probably be logical from both a performance and manufacturing point of view that both consoles operate on identical processors. We hope that the new internal systems will make the big switch a little colder (we're talking about thermals, not styling), brighter and less like a battery. For the moment, however, we can only speculate.