Today we have an interesting piece of news to share concerning the upcoming Nintendo Switch models coming in 2019.
Nintendo has put up a job listing looking for a power supply designer with expertise in USB-PD (USB Power Delivery). What makes this job listing so interesting is the fact Nintendo is looking for someone with experience with USB-PD, as the company has never released any device that supports USB-PD.
Currently, the Nintendo Switch supports USB-C, which allows the Switch to transfer information at a fast speed. With USB-PD, devices will be able to charge faster and the data transfer rate will increase.
The job listing has led to speculation that the potential Nintendo Switch Pro and Switch Lite devices will support USB-PD in some way. We will have to wait and see what happens next.
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