One of the things you’ve got to love about Android is that it isn’t quite as restrictive compared to iOS, which means that developers can get creative with their apps and the things that they can make their Android phones do.
Now, if you love the Nintendo Switch but don’t want to bring it with you all the time, you might be interested to learn that there is a new Switch emulator available for Android called Yuzu. Yuzu is not the first Switch emulator to launch on Android. Prior to this, there was another emulator called Skyline Emulator that was in development, but it was ultimately cancelled as the developers expressed their concern over potential legal risks.
For now, Yuzu appears to be forging ahead with their plans, but it should be noted that the emulator is currently in early access release, which means that there might be bugs and issues that haven’t been sorted out yet. Also, there might be some compatibility issues although the developers claim that users will need to own a device with at least a Snapdragon 865 or newer and a minimum of 8GB of RAM.
Also, there might be glitches with the graphics for some games, as XDA noted when they tested Animal Crossing New Horizons. Either way, if you’re looking for a way to play Switch games on your Android phone, Yuzu could be an emulator worth checking out.
Source: XDA Developers