Many have rumored the launch of an improved Nintendo Switch, and today the Nintendo Switch OLED has been officially announced, where the main improvement is to use a new 7-inch OLED panel that maintains the HD resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels of the original model (6.2″ IPS).
Another change is in the storage, which has been doubled to 64 GB, the speakers have been updated for a higher sound quality, now it will be slightly heavier, 422 grams, which is 22 grams more than the original model. The dock includes an Ethernet port, the console integrates a base to place it on the standing table, and it will arrive in a new color: black and white.
For the rest, at the hardware level, things will remain same, because it will not take advantage of 4K televisions or support for Nvidia DLSS technology, so this is not the rumored Nintendo Switch Pro that would add an extra power. It’s basically a Nintendo Switch with a better screen and sound.
The new Nintendo Switch OLED will go on sale on October 8, 2021 at a price that would be $349.99, so it is not cheap for the improvements it offers.
The new Nintendo Switch OLED model is a great option for gamers who want to experience the vibrant new screen when gaming in laptop and desktop mode. With the addition of this new model to the Nintendo Switch family of consoles, people have an additional option to choose the console that best suits the gaming experience they want, be it the Nintendo Switch OLED, Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch model. Lite.