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‘Nintendo NX Specs’, Release Date: Potential Killer of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR; See Full Details of Specs Here!


While there's plenty to get excited about the upcoming console of Nintendo, many are having chit-chats about its possible features. Gamers are curious whether or not the Nintendo NX will surpass the performance of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR, Xbox One and PS4 Neo. Could it be true that Nintendo NX will have a built-in camera?

Nintendo has not revealed any single details about the specs but the Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has revealed his speculations about the specs. He said that Nintendo NX is the greatest game console that would eventually contribute to the growth of the gaming industry and to attract back the casual players who left the world of gaming. Based on his revelations, it can be confirmed that the main target of Nintendo NX is the casual market in which Sony and Microsoft failed to look at to.

Trusted Reviews boldly revealed their speculations on the specs of Nintendo NX. According to them, Nintendo NX is likely to utilize the X86 architecture which is already utilize by its rival Xbox One and PS4 though another rumor said that Nintendo NX will favor Nvidia Tegra processor instead of AMD chipset. Another exciting feature is the built-in camera that will mark as the first among the entire game console sold in the market.  

Nintendo is still on the process of giving NX its final name. Forbes reported that Nintendo will likely to get out from the shadows of Wii identifier and would definitely think of new name for the newest console. Nintendo GO is one of the names they thought of. It's worth mentioning that road to Nintendo NX launching is bumpier as lots of land mine will be avoided that linked to the failure of Wii U in 2012. Though Nintendo has not revealed the release date of NX, netizens expected to have the production at the tail end of 2016 and launching date will be on the first quarter of 2017.

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