First official teardown of the new Switch Lite


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Due to the fact, the Switch Lite is a whole new design, it of course needs to be approved by the FCC because of the internal 'wireless modules', and since everything is now on one motherboard in the new Switch Lite, we get to see a nice complete teardown of it! :)

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(Click on thumbnails above, for nice close-up views!)

:arrow: Source #1: MaxConsole
:arrow: Source #2: FCCID
 

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The mirrored print makes me uncomfortable.... :P

Nintendo does that on all their 'prototype' and 'test' units, so you know it is one, even if the sticker below gets removed from the unit. -- Tough to change the 'mirrored print', if somehow it ends up out there in the public.
 
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View attachment 175181 I don't know if it's because I'm slightly drunk but one of the pictures confuses me as in it looks mirrored. So why is the switch logo back to front but the top left sticker and the one at the bottom middle are both the right way round?

Nintendo has a habit of doing that with all of their pre-production units in order to be able to easily track/identify them in the wild.
 

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View attachment 175181 I don't know if it's because I'm slightly drunk but one of the pictures confuses me as in it looks mirrored. So why is the switch logo back to front but the top left sticker and the one at the bottom middle are both the right way round?
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Nintendo does that on all their 'prototype' and 'test' units, so you know it is one, even if the sticker below gets removed from the unit. -- Tough to change the 'mirrored print', if somehow it ends up out there in the public.
 
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fuck the fcc
and how is this offical? nintendo didn't tear tis down :P

They did though. As far as I understand, this document (source 2) is from Nintendo to the FCC, as a way of showing them what the insides of the device look like.
 
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If a new RCM bug is ever found, I think We'll need an hardmod to enable it?
But then, how are they supposed to use it for repair? :P
 

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If a new RCM bug is ever found, I think We'll need an hardmod to enable it?
But then, how are they supposed to use it for repair? :P
Trust me that another RCM bug (that would allow custom bin to be loaded) will never exist. And yes, we would need some sort of hardmod.
I have no idea how are these 2 things connected.
 

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Imho there are other bugs waiting to be put to use (remember the end of this?), but probably we won't see them until the end of production.
And if we really need an hardmod to enter ReCoveryMode I don't understand how they are supposed to repair the software-bricked units without extracting the Nand chip...
 
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