That's good, very good actually. And I find weird the reactions here... lots of people saying that means nothing or that this is not enough. First of all, Nintendo tends to use good GPUs and weak CPUs. If NX's CPU is this good, the GPU will certainly be better than both X1's and PS4's for sure. I wonder what the reactions would be f the rumor stated that the CPU was weaker...
Oh well, this clearly showed me that people will find reasons to complain once Nintendo finally announces the thing at E3 (or close to it). Seems like the internet is expecting a generational leap over PS4/X1, even releasing after just 3 years, while being cheaper than competetion... .-.
if people want to be safe and realistic they should be expecting something that potentially is a bit more advanced but nothing insanely ahead. If the system is priced under 300$ then that's just being realistic.
I do think there could be a nice trade off though, if Nintendo potentially makes a cross platform thing where the game libraries are playable both on the NX home console and handheld. That sort of thing would definitely make up for it not being massively better graphically than the last Gen's PS4/XOne. Obviously I would except scaling in terms of the graphical abilities, but just the possibility of a shared downloadable library for the home and handheld paired systems