Production 3DS Pics Hit Internet

One of Nintendo’s 3DS units has apparently been stolen from the factory by an intrepid (or foolhardy) Chinese worker so he could share pictures of it with all of us eagerly awaiting on the Intertubes.

Engadget has a couple of photos of the apparently half-assembled, backless, non-functional 3DS. It’s different from what we’ve seen of the portable up to now, but only slightly: the Home, Select and Start buttons at the bottom are now flush rather than sticking out, and we know the 3DS will carry 96MB of RAM and a 1300mAh battery.

There’s also another photo that shows the black 3DS in comparison to a whole mess of other DS and Gameboy units, so you can see that it’s slightly smaller than other DS units. Compelling stuff, I know.

Enjoy your tiny amount of 3DS information, Internet — at least it seems more reliable than the warning that 3DS could make your eyes fall out.

Check out some more pics over at CVG.com.

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