Details of Nintendo 3DS have apparently been leaked by a Chinese blogger, according to Kotaku.
The blogger, who says that he has a 3DS development kit, reveals that the device will have a 3D camera developed by Sharp, just as predicted, and a widescreen for showing off Wii-quality 3D graphics. It also has a normal-size touch-screen, also a tilt sensor and analogue stick.
You can catch all the details over at Kotaku, where you can view a photo of the alleged circuit board as well as the sites own mock-up of what the device could look like.
3DS is set to launch before March next year, and allows to let gamers experience 3D without the need of special glasses.
We will find out more at Nintendo’s press conference on Tuesday, when the new hardware makes its formal debut. Find out more details here.