Nintendo NX reveal date, demo units news: Will the console indeed come out in March 2017?

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It looks like Nintendo, one of the most popular and longest-running electronics and game developers in the world already started the production and testing of its upcoming console, the Nintendo NX. The NX units are set to be released in March 2017, as vaguely announced by the gaming giant. Rumors suggest that the Nintendo NX will not tackle other famous gaming platforms like PlayStation (PS) and Xbox head-on, and will instead introduce a new way of enjoying games.

It can be noted that while Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PS4 are duking it out with the might of their graphics and operating speed, Nintendo has been solely focused on handheld gaming consoles, and it doesn't come as a stretch that the Nintendo NX will evolve the consoles into something much greater.

Recent speculations suggest that the newest console from Nintendo will introduce the wonders of a handheld gaming console. This just means that the device is portable, and will enable the users to have an access to it at all times, while the device also has a capacity to perform as a station-based console to be used at home.

Nintendo has also confirmed that their upcoming gaming device will be released at the same date as their newest addition to the "Legend of Zelda" video game series.

According to PC Advisor, the Nintendo NX will sport an amazing 4K resolution display which will allow the device to have the additional function of a viewing device for streaming sites like Netflix. With regard to the gaming prowess of the NX units, it is expected to at least have 1080p and 60 frames-per-second (fps) display. It is also rumored that the games for NX will be available in the guise of the iconic cartridges.

Despite all the fuss for the Nintendo NX, most of the speculations are still not confirmed by Nintendo, and rumors also point out that the release date might be pushed back further.