Nintendo surely knows how to tease their followers.\u00a0Nintendo was recently asked about the truth behind the rumor of them creating new hardware for Switch. To this, they just nonchalantly said that they\u2019re always creating new hardware. They neither confirmed nor denied whether or not upgraded Switch hardware is underway.\r\n\r\nThe company is actually sending mixed signals regarding this most-talked upgraded Switch model. They\u2019re definitely not attempting to clear any misunderstanding up.\r\n\r\nTo recap, within the last few weeks and months, the community has been getting news about Switch Mini. Among the reports gathered talked about how Mini will be replacing 3DS as cost-efficient alternatives in the Switch ecosystem. Mini is also rumored to enable play of all games on Switch, on top of being a TV play dock. The reported trade-off, however, points to no dock inclusion, smaller screen, and smaller form. Aside from that, Mini will supposedly be powered by a non-detachable Fused JoyCons. The specs, fortunately, will be the same.\r\n\r\nQuite excited and convinced of the rumor, one Chinese retailer already created Switch Mini mock-up cases. This, of course, made the community even more speculating.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/twitter.com\/NintendoSwitchC\/status\/1135315955448463360[\/embed]\r\n\r\nAside from all these, there were also speculations of upgraded next-generation Switch models. These models will be beefier and will slightly revise Switch by adding an improved OLED panel. Various sources, however, burst the expectant public\u2019s bubble by saying that this will not be happening at all.\r\n\r\nSo, many are left questioning what\u2019s the truth behind all these misleading rumors?\r\n\r\nNintendo was not moved to reveal any information, at least not until Switch Mini is literally ready for launch. Fortunately, a few hints were dropped here and there during the recent Japan Shareholders\u2019 Q&A. The president of the company, Shuntaro Furukawa, said that they are always creating new and upgraded hardware. Most of this new hardware is still not released; hence, he will not discuss details. He doesn\u2019t want to spoil the surprise for the public after all.\r\n\r\nCurrently, Nintendo is investing their effort in what\u2019s doing well in the market \u2013 Switch software and hardware. Last year, Nintendo consoles gave the company a whopping $9.9 billion income. The said number made up 86% of the company\u2019s revenue for 2018. Their global shipment also reached an impressive 37.74 total last year.\r\n\r\nThe community may not get a hold of the rumored Switch upgrade until next year or beyond. However, one fact remains true; the company will surely come up with something to surprise and keep their customers happy.