Recently, Taiwan’s Macronix chairman Wu Min-su said it would begin mass production of 48-storey 3D NAND memory in the second half of 2020 and had received orders from customers. Because Nintendo is a big customer of Wanghong Electronics, there is much media speculation that the planned production of the 48-story 3D NAND memory is available to Nintendo. If that speculation is correct, the Nintendo Switch console is likely to welcome the 64G belt in the second half of 2020.
It should be noted that as early as 2018, there were reports that Nintendo’s efforts to produce the 64GB Switch game card had been delayed due to technical problems. So far, Nintendo has not delivered a 64GB gaming card strap.
The Switch physical card strap capacity has been introduced on the market mostly in 8G or 16G (individual games use 32G card band), the larger capacity of the game card belt represents less downloaded content, and the conceivable higher game price, but the game card with capacity increased, It will also give some games that are unlikely to land on the Switch platform a new possibility.