Nintendo Switch Lite has a 5.5-inch 720p resolution screen. This screen size shrank slightly compared to the original version which had 6.2 inches.
Launching the Game Spot on Thursday (07/11/2019), like the original version, Switch Lite still has a headphone port and most button layouts don’t change. However, Switch Lite no longer has a Joy-Con controller that can be removed.
Nintendo Switch Lite
On the other hand, Switch Lite also does not have an IR motion sensor. However, the Joy-Con controller can still be connected to Switch Lite.
Nintendo has replaced four small buttons that serve as directional inputs to Joy-Cons for the D-pad. One thing to consider is that Nintendo Labo will not work because the Switch Lite is smaller.
Speaking of price, because Switch Lite sacrifices some features in it, of course, the console is priced cheaper than the original version. This new Nintendo console is sold for US$ 200 or around Rp2.8 million.
The plan for Switch Lite will be released on September 20 in three colors, yellow, gray, turquoise. A few months later, the Nintendo Switch Lite will arrive at the Pokemon version.