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Cheapest Nintendo New 3DS XL Price in Philippines is ₱ 6,140.00

The Nintendo New 3DS XL is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Nintendo New 3DS XL price in Philippines is ₱ 6,140.00 from Galleon. You can also choose between different Nintendo New 3DS XL variants with Black starting from ₱ 10,645.00 and Blue at ₱ 16,195.00. Nintendo New 3DS XL price details are updated November 2018.

Nintendo New 3DS XL Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nintendo New 3DS XL

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 1,567.00 ₱ 10,646.00
Indonesia IDR 1.995.000 ₱ 7,163.00
Malaysia MYR 699.00 ₱ 8,892.00
Philippines PHP 6,140.00 ₱ 6,140.00
Singapore SGD 299.00 ₱ 11,497.00
Thailand THB 1,908 ₱ 3,062.00
Vietnam VND 3.916.000 ₱ 8,973.00

Nintendo New 3DS XL Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
Nintendo New 3DS XL Red ₱ 25,484.00 Lazada
Nintendo New 3DS XL White ₱ 16,195.00 Lazada
Nintendo New 3DS XL Blue ₱ 16,195.00 Lazada
Nintendo New 3DS XL Black ₱ 10,645.00 Amazon

Nintendo New 3DS XL Specs

Video
Video Resolution SD
3D Ready Yes
Features
Streaming No
Online Capables Yes
Web Browser No
Skype No
Video Chat Yes
Data Storage
Expandable Memory Yes
Type of Memory Expansion MicroSD Card
Included Memory No
Controller
Wireless Controller No
Number of Controller 1
USB Controller No
Motion Control Yes
Bluetooth Controller No
Launch
Release Year 2011
Power Supply
Power Adapter Yes
Battery Capacity 1400mAh
Battery Charging Time 5h
Battery Life 8h
Battery Pack No
Connectivity
HDMI No
Wi-Fi Yes
LAN No
Bluetooth No
Screen
Display Resolution 800 x 240pixels
Multitouch No
Capacitive Touch Screen No
Number of Display 1
Diagonal Screen Size 4.8"
Packaging Content
Controller Included 1
Gameplay
Max Number of Players 1
Design
Weight 329g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 93.7 x 160 x 21.6mm

Nintendo 3DS Price Philippines, Specs, and Review

Nintendo New 3DS XL: A great means to enjoy 3DS games

For decades, Nintendo has been one of the most popular gaming platforms for both kids and adults. The brand is renowned for its iconic handhelds and games like Mario Bros. and Legend of Zelda. They continue to improve their products to ensure users will get a favorable gaming experience. When it comes to handhelds, they have produced impressive models such as the 3DS and 2DS XL. Now, with the new Nintendo 3DS XL, users can expect for a larger display, improved camera, more games, and better gaming features. Here's what you need to know about the new 3DS XL.

Design changes

On the new 3DS XL, the cartridge slot is now placed on the front, near the left-hand side. The headphone socket is now situated at the centre, while the stylus sits at the right corner. The new power button is now placed at the right corner. On the back, you'll find the charger socket that is compatible with existing 3DS chargers. Aside from that, you'll get access to new ZL and ZR buttons which are in between L and R buttons.

Improved gaming performance

The new 3DS XL features an improved CPU performance, providing a faster gaming performance and better load time. It doesn't struggle to run any games and offers smooth frame rates consistently. The camera on the new Nintendo 3DS XL now works better in poor lighting, giving users a better gaming experience when they're using the device indoors. On top of that, expect it to display clearer visuals, as there's less noise.

Decent display

While it's not as impressive as smartphones, the new 3DS XL's display is decent in terms of size and resolution. The bottom screen is 4.18 inches with a 320x240p resolution, while the top is a 4.88-inch 800x240p display. The displays offer bright, crisp, and vibrant visuals that will improve your gaming experience.

New controls

Another improvement on the new Nintendo 3DS XL is the new controls. It now features a “C” stick which brings new control possibilities such as the intuitive camera control. Furthermore, the new Nintendo 3DS XL has ZL and ZR buttons at the back to give you more options. They're positioned intuitively on the device, making them accessible for your fingers.

Comes with new gaming features

The Nintendo 3DS XL also offers new gaming features such as Face Tracking ID and built-in Amiibo support. The new Nintendo 3DS XL Face Tracking ID uses the system’s camera to adjust images based on your viewing angle. That way, you get a super stable 3D and full gaming immersion! The Amiibo support enables you to unlock bonuses, characters, and exclusive items in compatible games. To activate it, simply tap the Amiibo figure to an NFC (Near Field Communication) reader on the second display.

Play the best games

One of the reasons why Nintendo handhelds remain sought-after is because of their interesting games. With the new Nintendo 3DS XL, you can play all the games from previous systems such as the DS and DSi.

Reviews of Nintendo New 3DS XL

makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-28
Nintendo is a confusing company, at least it is when it comes to naming its devices. After the massive success of the Wii, Nintendo confused consumers with the release of the Wii U. After the DS blew the handheld market wide open, the followup was called ...
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geekdad.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-14
The New Nintendo 3DS XL has been available here in the States for a couple of months now, and chances are–unless you're holding out for a big holiday purchase–you've managed to get your hands on one if you wanted it Perhaps you upgraded from a previous 3D...
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cultofmac.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-25
Great 3D graphics on the go and plenty of games at a variety of prices
New, colored face buttons might be hard to see in lower light
Your iPhone and iPad are decent options for gaming on the go, but they can't do everything. Sometimes touch controls work, and sometimes they don't.If you're a dedicated gamer who wants something that combines the simplicity of touch controls with the pre...
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-03
“That took long enough,” is probably what you're thinking. That's fair, though I'd argue I needed a complete picture before I started this review.The New Nintendo 3DS XL launched in North America February 13, 2015. We had a system pre-ordered, but Nintend...
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Gamingnexus.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-23
I've been playing on Nintendo handhelds for a long time. With the ubiquity of smartphones and the proliferation of free apps, younger gamers might not realize that back in the 90s, dedicated portable game consoles were a big deal. The ability to take Mari...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-20
Handy new control, Stable 3D displa, Faster loading speed, Supports amiibo toys
Screwed-in microSD slo, No charger included
Ever since the Game Boy became the Game Boy Pocket, Nintendo has made a habit of refining its portable consoles repeatedly, until they're just right. The New Nintendo 3DS XL — “New” is officially part of the name — is the latest product of that philosophy...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-19
When we saw the glasses-free 3D of the original Nintendo 3DS back in 2011, we were suitably impressed, and then promptly disappointed when the effect kept breaking and left us suffering headaches. Now, Nintendo is back with the New Nintendo 3DS consoles w...
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gotgame.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-17
Last Friday, Nintendo released the new iteration of their portable hardware, the “New” Nintendo 3DS XL. This new and improved version brings a lot of new features, but is it worth the investment to upgrade? Nintendo has a history of portable hardware revi...
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cheatcc.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-16
The 3DS has enjoyed a successful life after its initial launch stumbles, turning into arguably the most highly rated mobile gaming platform of all time. Nearing four years in its lifespan, the system boasts an incredible library of quality titles from fir...
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gamezone.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-16
The announcement of a completely new 3DS last year came at a somewhat fated moment. Due to my carelessness of leaving my 3DS within reach of my then almost two year old daughter, I was left with a handheld without its Circle Pad nub. Panicked, I was scram...
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kotaku.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-13
For a couple of years we at Kotaku have deemed Nintendo's 3DS as an essential piece of gaming hardware. And for decades, new iterations of Nintendo hardware have immediately rendered older units obsolete. Things are different this time around.We still thi...
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gamecrate.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-05
When the Nintendo 2DS released in October, 2013, I took this as a strong indication from the company that they were finally easing off on pushing the 3D aspect of their flagship dual-screen handheld. Sure it was a console marketed to parents concerned abo...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-04
Face-tracking 3D effect works, with far superior 3D experience compared with 3DS and 3DS XL. Second analog stick. Solid build. Faster performance.
No AC adapter in the box. Second analog stick is stiff and not very precise. 3D mode still isn't perfect, and not for everyone
Despite its odd name, the New Nintendo 3DS XL is not a new 3DS XL, but an upgraded 3DS XL. It's effectively a different game system with more power, features, and controls, that happens to be completely backwards-compatible with 3DS and DS ...
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bgr.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-03
I've owned a Nintendo 3DS ever since the day it launched. It's not the most inventive or the most attractive portable on the market, but it features an incredible selection of first-party and third-party content. But its physical limitations have always b...
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geekdad.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-28
We're still a couple of weeks out from the proper release of the New Nintendo 3DS XL here in America, but I was lucky enough to get an early review unit Overall I really dig the new design, and I think you will too Here's a quick rundown of ten specific...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-27
The 3D screens are improved by new face-tracking, and the larger size offers a less cramped viewing experience. Internal tweaks and updates add a behind-the-scenes boost
The poor battery life hasn't improved. Having to remove the back of the console to change the SD card is a poor design choice and the legacy data transfer process is infuriating. Also, there's no AC charger in the box -- you have to buy one separately...
Bringing 3D to the masses has been fraught with issues. The biggest of these -- amidst horrible one-size-fits-all glasses and the premium pricing slapped onto 3D products -- is the headaches it can induce: move your head slightly off-axis while viewing a ...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-02-16
It's the games that make the system, right? That's especially true with the Nintendo 3DS, which judged on its technical merits isn't a particularly great bit of hardware. The graphics are well behind those of the PlayStation Vita, the 3D effect is finicky...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Smoother 3D experience, Great new C-Stick and controls, Better battery life
Still a bit chunky, Face tracking has a few flaws, Removes the hard Wireless on/off switch
I've never been one for mobile gaming. Not on a phone, not on a PS Vita , or on a 3DS. Then the so-called New 3DS from Nintendo came along and showed me just how good it could be.Gizmodo loves technology. Our product reviews are presented thanks to Dick S...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-11-28
The 3D screens are improved by new face-tracking, and the larger size offers a less cramped viewing experience. Internal tweaks and updates add a behind-the-scenes boost
The poor battery life hasn't improved. Having to remove the back of the console to change the SD card is a poor design choice and the legacy data transfer process is infuriating. Also, there's no AC charger in the box -- you have to buy one separately...
Bringing 3D to the masses has been fraught with issues. The biggest of these -- amidst horrible one-size-fits-all glasses and the premium pricing slapped onto 3D products -- is the headaches it can induce: move your head slightly off-axis while viewing a ...
Read more >
cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-11-28
The 3D screens are improved by new face-tracking, and the larger size offers a less cramped viewing experience. Internal tweaks and updates add a behind-the-scenes boost
The poor battery life hasn't improved. Having to remove the back of the console to change the SD card is a poor design choice and the legacy data transfer process is infuriating. Also, there's no AC charger in the box -- you have to buy one separately...
Bringing 3D to the masses has been fraught with issues. The biggest of these -- amidst horrible one-size-fits-all glasses and the premium pricing slapped onto 3D products -- is the headaches it can induce: move your head slightly off-axis while viewing a ...
Read more >