A factory worker has apparently managed to snag a finished version of Nintendo's 3DS and shown it off via photos and video.
According to 3DSBuzz, photos of the handheld gadget first appeared on a Chinese gaming forum earlier and were quickly taken down. Later, a virtual torrent of photos showing off nearly every aspect of the handheld's design have appeared, along with a video walkthrough.
The handheld will use a process called autostereoscopy technology to produce 3D effects without the need for special glass.
The photos reveals "the home, start and select buttons now appear to be flush with the handheld's screen, rather than raised. Photos also show the 3DS will pack a 1300 mAh battery and 96MB of RAM, with both specs higher than any previous Nintendo DS handheld."