Still, it’s good to hear that Nintendo is working on better Switch hardware. The original console, after all, runs on Nvidia’s now slightly dated Tegra X1 processor. The newly-announced Switch Lite, meanwhile, has a “more power-efficient chip layout,” according to The Verge, which offers slightly better battery life. It would probably make sense — both from a performance and manufacturing perspective — to have the two consoles running on identical processors. We’re hoping the new innards make the larger Switch a little cooler (we’re talking thermals, not style), snappier, and less of a battery hog. For now, though, we can merely speculate.