Folks holding out for a "3DS Lite" might want to exhale -- Nintendo decided to go a different route. Company head honcho Satoru Iwata revealed the 3DS LL these evening on Nintendo Direct, featuring a 4.88-inch and 4.18-inch top and bottom screens, respectively. The oversized handheld is doesn't adopt the 3DS Circle Pad Pro's second analog input, however, retaining just a single thumbpad on the console's port side. Currently, Nintendo has only announced the large handheld for Japan, priced at 18,900 Yen (about $234), slated to land on July 28. Don't worry though, you'll probably see the same hardware on Yankee shores in short order, sharing the "XL" badge its predecessor had.