Switch Lite Tear Down Photos Published (FCC Submission)

Switch Lite Tear Down Photos Published (FCC Submission)

If you're interested in checking out pictures of Nintendo's new Switch Lite internals you can find tear down images on FCC ID, which is a site that allows you to search for the information resources for all wireless device applications filed with the FCC. The Federal Communications Commission is an independent agency of the United States government created by statute to regulate interstate communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable.

If you're wondering why the Nintendo Switch logo is inverted on the Switch Lite, it's because it's a development unit and most of Nintendo's modern development units have inverted logos. This allows Nintendo to easily tell them apart from production units.

The Nintendo Switch Lite was officially announced on July 10th, 2019 and it's a portable only console that has built in joysticks and no HD rumble support. This budget model is physically smaller (including the screen), weighs less, doesn't dock to your HDTV and isn't compatible with some games (unless you purchase separate joycons).

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