The whole TFlop discussion is pointless, the Tegra X1 doesn't work as the same way AMD CPU/GPUs work on both PS4 and Xbox One. The Switch is way more powerful than what we could expect from a 2015 mobile chip but isn't powerful enough to reach what we could expect from home consoles this gen. It's a 900p console, it can do better (MK8) and worse (ARK) but can run current gen with good optimisations (Doom, Wolfenstein II, Warframe, Rocket League, South Park 2, Crash Bandicoot, DB FighterZ, NBA 2K)
Don't forget one of the most impressive conversions of the lot, Outlast II, which manages to look strikingly close to the PS4 version while still running at 1008p. I mean it may not be as demanding a game as Doom or Wolf 2, but it's still very much a current gen title in terms of its rendering tech, and so far I'd say it's the best looking realistic-styled game on Switch.
Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.