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New Nintendo Switch FCC filings discovered for future system SoC, RAM and CPU changes

On the 23rd of August, Nintendo filed a few requests with the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) which is an independent agency of the United States government that regulates communications by…

On the 23rd of August, Nintendo filed a few requests with the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) which is an independent agency of the United States government that regulates communications by television, wire, satellite, and cable across the United States. These changes are focussed on the Nintendo Switch’s innards, specifically the SoC (System-on-a-chip) and memory components. Due to these changes, Nintendo is also said to be changing the the CPU board too.

Nintendo has sent an official letter to the FFC for these changes. Here’s a part of it outlining the three aforementioned components:

“This is to request a Class II permissive change for FCC ID: BKEHAT002, originally granted on 04/18/2017 and all its permissive changes. We changed the following points from the original model. Change of SoC

Change of Memory

CPU Board is changed due to the above two components

The filings only point towards possible changes to the…

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