(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Nintendo is reportedly working on replacing the Wii U with a new device, the Nintendo Fusion.
According to Venture Beat, the new portable device will feature a ARM-based central processing unit and Adreno 420-based graphics processing units from Advanced Micro Devices.
Additionally, Fusion console will have 3GB of main memory, 2GB for games, a 64-bit IBM custom power CPU, and AMD custom Radeon HD RX 200 GPU.
“What we know is that ‘Nintendo Fusion’ is a possible name that Nintendo is using for their next-gen hardware,” stated Nintendo News writer, Kevin McMinn.
Other rumored names are Fusion DS and Fusion Terminal.
Nintendo spokesman did not comment on the rumor stating that Nintendo doesn’t comment on rumor or speculation.