Nintendo has included lots of cool little features on the Switch that most gamers don’t know about. For example, when you tap your finger on the home screen, the size of the tap area on your finger corresponds to the pitch of the tap sound.
If you tap the screen with your entire thumb, the tap sound will be lower in frequency as opposed to tapping with just your finger.
Check out the quick video below for a demonstration. It’s little attention to details like these that show just how much Nintendo cares about its products.
The pitch of the “tap sound” on the main menu of the Switch is directly related to the surface area of your tap. More surface = lower pitch. pic.twitter.com/oEsjp0NAYE
— oniony 🌰 (@LolicOnion) June 24, 2017