Nintendo’s Switch Lite may have just been discharged not exactly a fortnight back, yet it shows up the company is as of now preparing a refreshed model, as per new FCC filing spotted by Digital Trends.
The new filing games the distinguishing proof number BKEHDH002 (the first Switch Lite’s ID number was BKEHDH001), recommending a minor update as opposed to a radical overhaul.
The company’s filing for a refreshed model comes only days after the new handheld was added to a legal claim, following reports that the Switch Lite experiences Joy-Con float – simply like the first Nintendo Switch support.
Drift? What’s ‘drift’?
The name ‘Joy-Con drift’ has been applied to an issue which sees the Switch simple sticks keep on enlisting development, notwithstanding when sitting inactively in an neutral position.
Initially, the drifting issue was thought to just influence the first Switch support’s separable Joy-Cons, however clients are presently announcing that the Switch Lite’s worked in simple sticks have a similar issue.
While the FCC recording doesn’t unequivocally express that Nintendo is tending to the Joy-Con drift issue, it’s hard think about whatever other motivation behind why the organization would consider equipment modifications this not long after the Switch Lite’s discharge.
Meanwhile, Switch Lite clients influenced by Joy-Con drift can decide on one of these coordinating outsider controllers – regardless of whether they do lack thumbsticks.