A couple of days ago, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata revealed some hints about the DS's successor, but today another Nintendo official denied it and called it a "misinterpretation" of Iwata's comments.
"[It will have] highly detailed graphics, and it will be necessary to have a sensor with the ability to read the movements of people playing," is the direct translation of what Satoru Iwata told the Japanese newspaper, Asahi.
However, Nintendo's senior director of corporate communications Charlie Scibetta said: "Mr. Iwata did not make any comments regarding the functions of Nintendo's future hardware systems. The answer to the reporter's question was misinterpreted."
Scibetta didn't explain what Iwata actually said and how it got misinterpreted.