Nintendo could be redesigning the Joy-Con for the Switch

Nintendo could be redesigning the Joy-Con for the Switch

A form filed with the FCC shows a reassembled device that would incorporate more connectivity.

Nintendo seems to be working on a new version of its Joy-Con controls, in which it would address some wireless connectivity problems that they would be having with the Switch .

Since the switch was launched a year ago, Nintendo has attempted to solve a problem known as "desynchronization" through a variety of software solutions that have arrived through firmware update. Nintendo isolated the problem as a hardware failure, and recommended users not to operate the console near aquariums, microwaves and other wireless devices.

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From Nintendo's filing with the FCC.

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Now it seems that Nintendo will try to try to solve the connectivity failure by launching a new version of Joy-Con, according to a form introduced last week in the Federal Communications Commission.

This document includes photographs of a device and internal plates similar to those of the current Joy-Con.

The Japanese company said in its latest quarterly report that it expects to sell at least 20 million switches this year around the world . To this we must add the innovative Nintendo Labo concept that is already available in stores.

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