Earlier this week, Nintendo filed its paperwork with the Federal Communications Commission and the documents have illuminated some details regarding the home console’s specifications. Notably, gamers will not be able to replace the Nintendo Switch’s battery.
The Nintendo Switch acts as a fusion home and handheld hybrid console, thus the reason it requires a battery. Nintendo’s previous home console, the Wii U, did feature an upgradable battery for the Wii U’s GamePad — a feature which could boost the battery lifespan 266% (from 3 hours to 8 hours).
We still don’t know how the Nintendo Switch’s battery will perform in action — here is hoping all of those questions are answered on the upcoming Tokyo Webcast on January 13, 2017.