Morgan Stanley releases speculative analysis about Nintendo's NX business

#1
https://twitter.com/bk2128/status/735052115182112768

According to this Yahoo JP news, apparently Nintendo is developing home console NX and portable console MH
http://www.traders.co.jp/news/news_top.asp?newscode=1027869&type=1

Update:
That Morgan Stanley Japan note on Nintendo does NOT mean a portable console or the name "MH" is confirmed. They are picturing a scenario.

2) Such "rich" forward-looking analysis and also the wording is standard in investor notes. I know because I read *tons* of them ;).]
 
#6
NX is a home console
It's neither.

Statements so far imply NX: global platform, not a console/handheld.

Kimishima has made that clear by saying that NX wouldn't be another Wii U or 3DS.

MH most likely stands for Mobile Hardware, the handheld "component" of the NX platform.
 

KingSnake

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#8
If NX is the console that means the console will use Tegra if we believe the SemiAccurate rumor.

Also, waiting for a full translation for a new thread is always preferable to having the thread as fast as possible up.
 
#25
I wonder if people will stop suggesting is a single hybrid device based on absolutely nothing.

Probably not. I think some people will continue to speculate that it's a hybrid even after separate devices have been released.
 

Plinko

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#46
It's neither.

Statements so far imply NX: global platform, not a console/handheld.

Kimishima has made that clear by saying that NX wouldn't be another Wii U or 3DS.

MH most likely stands for Mobile Hardware, the handheld "component" of the NX platform.
I don't believe this is true.
 
#47
It's neither.

Statements so far imply NX: global platform, not a console/handheld.

Kimishima has made that clear by saying that NX wouldn't be another Wii U or 3DS.

MH most likely stands for Mobile Hardware, the handheld "component" of the NX platform.
Not saying you're wrong but this article specifically mentions "next-gen console 'NX' and next-gen portable 'MX'."