I work as an indie developer. Nintendo sent me a edev for their upcoming console.
It's only going to have 12gb of ram.
The dev kit has a coretex a520. That's basically a low end phone from 2014. It's barely more powerful than the switch. It has 32mb of cache and it's clocked at 2ghz and only has 4 cores. The intel n100 is more powerful. The execution window sits at 768 instructions (384 entries times two fused microOPs) in flight at one time, up from 640 on the switch 1. That's only 128 extra instructions per clock cycle. The fucked up part is, they're pulling an amd bulldozer by combining 2 cores to a single channel of shared sve2/l2 cache. Meaning that if one core is using 16mb of cache, you're limited to using only 2 cores. The shader cache is only 24mb. The nvidia gpu is barely more powerful than an iPhone 8. Yes games will sort of like better but we're talking xbox 1 level performance at the best of times under the best conditions and at worst, about the same as the original switch.
This is not a new console people, it's simply a refresh of the old switch!!! I don't understand how Nintendo thinks this is going to work out in their favor. I understand that I'm talking about consoles on LULZ and not LULZ but they're too retarded to understand what I'm saying. If you care at all about games, this should enrage you.