The Japanese Twitter account of Nintendo Support posted a tweet about maintaining the battery health of your Switch. Accordingly, you should charge your switch every now and then to help ensure the longevity of your battery.
A tweet from the Japanese Nintendo support account is currently going viral. According to this, you should charge your Nintendo Switch at regular intervals to keep the console's battery safe and sound. After this tweet was posted on September 28, it received quite a bit of attention in a short period of time.
For the sake of the health of your battery, you should charge it at least once every six months, according to official information. If you do not do this, it could happen that your discharged battery can no longer be fully charged and thus loses its performance.
Even though Nintendo reminds you in this case, this fact is not a specific problem for the Nintendo Switch (buy now € 329.00 ). Many technical devices that use a battery should be charged regularly. Otherwise you risk a loss of performance or, in the worst case, a complete defect.
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This is certainly not something that an active user of the console should worry about, but the memory is not entirely irrelevant. Think, for example, of your New Nintendo 3DS, which cleared its place for your Nintendo Switch, because this should also be charged from time to time despite its replacement.
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