handheld device: end of 2016, two screens, 720p resolution for both screens, 3DS similiar cards, touchpen, microphone, gyro-sensor, cameras, power is a bit over the PS Vita, price will be at 200$/€, both normal-sized and XL versions will be available at launch, major developers have development kits since October 2015. Nintendo is aiming to launch the system with a new Mario Kart game from EPD and a new Animal Crossing game also from EPD. During the first year there will be a new 3D Mario game from EPD Tokyo, a new Advance Wars game from Intelligent Systems and a game that is developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment and published by Nintendo. Masahiro Sakurai is also working on a game.
home console: end of 2017, native 1080p for games, BlueRay-Discs, Touchscreen controller with 720p touchscreen, microphone, camera, gyro-sensor and SD cards slot, power a bit over PS4, x86 structure, easy porting, 1TB harddrive included, price probably at 350$/€, development kits aren't out yet, but they will be before July. A port of the new Zelda game for Wii U and a new Metroid game from Retro Studios are prepared for launch. In the first year there will be a new IP and a successor to Splatoon. Nintendo has also partnered with Ubisoft Montreal for a game but it's unknown what type of game it will be. I've also heard that Nintendo might have a deal with From Software for an exclusive game.