Nvidia, the company that manufactures chips for Nintendo Switch, has published their latest fiscal results.
From the period between November 2018 and January 2019, Nvidia’s video game chips recorded sales of 954,000,000 yen (USD8.6 million), and between February 2019 and April 2019 it recorded sales of 1,055,000,000 yen (USD9.58 million).
If we compare the previous quarter to last year’s, it was a 39% drop in sales, which indicates that Nvidia shipped lesser components to Nintendo in the last quarter for production of Switch.
Despite the drop in sales, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang believes that video game component sales will increase in the very near future. Some speculate that this could mean Nintendo is readying production for the Nintendo Switch Mini and had cut back on chips for the current model.
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