Nintendo Switch to have 4GB RAM, Game Cards 16GB

According to Nintendo insider Emily Rogers, a Twitter user who has already leaked several key features and specs for the Switch months before launch with sources that are prominent in the development community, the new console will include 4 GB of RAM at retail, and its game cards at launch will be 16 GB.

Nintendo Switch to have 4GB RAM, Game Cards 16GB
Nintendo insider Emily Rogers has confirmed with her sources that Nintendo Switch retail units will include 4GB of RAM, identical to developer kits. The Wii U, in comparison, only had 2GB of RAM.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both have 8GB RAM but, despite this, 4GB of RAM for the Switch means that Nintendo will be likely to improve things like multitasking, which was present in the Wii U in limited capacity.

Emily Rogers' Tweet regarding the Nintendo Switch 1
In confirmation of Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki's information earlier this week divulging that the standard size of the Nintendo Switch game card at launch is going to be 16 GB, Emily Rogers also took to her own Twitter to explain that 16 GB was the standard, but that there is no preclusion to using bigger cards in the near future. She pointed to the Nintendo DS as proof that this kind of thing is something Nintendo does often.

Takashi Mochizuki's Tweet regarding the Nintendo Switch


Emily Rogers' Tweet regarding the Nintendo Switch 2
Emily Rogers has already leaked several key features and specs for the Nintendo Switch months before launch, with her sources prominent in the development community.

Nintendo's newest console will be fully revealed on January 13, when fans will learn the release date, launch price, and full lineup of games slated for March.

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