Reveal its technical specifications.
Peter Brown, one of the editors of GameSpot, shared a picture the interior of the Nintendo Classic Mini, the new console will launch Nintendo the November 11th to allow us to play 30 iconic games NES.
This screenshot, where you can see its different components, reveals that the technical specifications of the console are the following:
SoC: Allwinner R16 (4x Cortex A7, Mali400MP2 GPU)
RAM: Hynix (256MB DDR3)
Flash: Spansion 512MB NAND
This also confirms that add new games is not something exactly easy, although probably detail more remarkable is that it is a console more powerful that the Nintendo 3DS, laptop that has the following features:
CPU: Dual-Core ARM11 MPCore, single-core, ARM0 (804 MHz ARM11 MPCore quad-core + a core extra lower power in New 3DS)
RAM: 128MB FCRAM, 6 MB VRAM (256MB, 10MB VRAM on the New 3DS)
GPU: DMP PICA200 GPU (804 MHz DMP PICA200 in New 3DS)
Is more, it doesn’t have anything to envy to the characteristics of the Wii:
CPU: IBM PowerPC “Broadway” 729MHz
RAM: 88MB, 24MB MoSys 1T-SRAM, 324 MHz, 2.7 GB/s bandwidth
GPU: ATI “Hollywood” 243 MHz
With these specifications, the development of a SNES Classic Edition and even a N64 Classic Edition it would be perfectly possible, so it will be a matter of wait and see if Nintendo are encouraged to make Mini versions of their first consoles.
November 8, 2016
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