I understand that playing on mobile is a selling point for many people but i always the impression that people who play on mobile lie to themselfs about not caring about graphic\res\framerate...if switch owners could chose between playing in mobile at 4k60 max details or the current switch graphics, what do you think they would chose?!
All other things being somehow equal, I could maybe
see people wanting to use higher fidelity and framerates. But not when it impacts battery life.
To my mind, the people that care overmuch for resolution, fidelity, and framerate - over things like visual design, coherent presentation, and mechanical responsiveness - are simply spoiled by constant access to ever-more-powerful hardware. I can't imagine snubbing a game experience because it "merely" runs at 30fps and 720p resolution, and/or on lowered settings. I wouldn't be able to enjoy the myriad older, classic or merely niche games, some of the best games I know, if I thought in those terms.
Ok, I have a question, and it's a stupid one, but could this thing run any better if it's plugged in to a power supply?
Theoretically yes, as there would be no need to conserve battery, the screen, cooling system, and other miscellanea wouldn't eat into available power, etc. In practice it's all very limited by the device's heat budget, that is how much heat it can dissipate and how hot it can stand getting. And besides maybe making the fan spin faster, being docked doesn't really help with that.