At no point ever will you have a portable low spec machine capable of the same graphical fidelity as a high end device, by definition those things are on the wrong side of a scale to have what you're asking here, it would be like looking at the Special Olympics and saying... well.. that's all well and good, but I want to see them doing as well as Usain Bolt, then I'll be impressed.
As I mentioned in another thread as well, without even getting into the category of PC's, but Switch is currently the cheapest machine which you can play Witcher 3 on, while it is newer than the ps4 and X1 you can get a Switch now for less than either of those systems RRP, and bring it for a 5 hour shit and still be enjoying Witcher 3. So the reduction in power is even reflected in the price point regardless of the addition of Screen/batteries/portability
This is one of those times where I'd love to live, say 100-200 years, just to prove that point, that we're not a species that's going to stick with mobile phone/Switch tech for 50+ years. We are progressing and we will continue to do so, which is why I'm confident in seeing some leaps and bounds in the decades ahead.
@bolded: Yeah, it's amazing for those that do not care for anything special, but the ability to run around with a portal version of it, but I care for the product itself, not the ability to carry it around, otherwise I'd put far, far more stock into the fact that man still makes matches, when we also have the lighter and blowtorch around.
People that never cared for anything more, are likely to enjoy it, and that's fine. Myself?, I care little for it, because it's of an inferior design, and offers less advantages for me, especially in terms of time limitations and power.