Bigger, brighter screen and new base, but no processing progress? After months of rumors and rumors about the upcoming "Switch Pro," Nintendo has finally officially revealed an upgraded version of the original Switch. The OLED model, as Nintendo calls it, will be available on October 8 for $349.99 at MSRP. p>
READ MORE OLED Explained: Incredible Technology, But What About Cost and Content? As the name suggests, the fastest noticeable improvement over the screen is that it uses expensive OLED technology instead of the standard LCD screen most commonly found on earlier Switch models. If there are any issues with OLED TVs, this should provide deeper blacks, a better color screen and motion blur than current switch systems. The OLED model also increases the Switch screen to 7" compared to the 6.2" Master Switch and 5.5" of the Switch Lite. This is achieved without increasing the size of the standard Switch unit, thanks to the reduction. In space it is used for the black border around the tablet screen. p>
Those who use the Switch in Desktop Mode will be pleased to hear that the Switch stand is extremely loose on the model The OLED has been replaced with a wide, adjustable stand that extends across the width of the system.This built-in stand also allows gamers to "freely tilt the system" To ensure a full viewing angle.
Other improvements mentioned in the new system specifications page include:New dock with fully removable back panel, new wired LAN port and glossy front logo for more accurate display, connection time included ystem has 64GB of internal memory (up from 32GB on the Switch and Switch Lite)."Increased internal system speakers" means it.
Nintendo says the new hardware limit will be available in two configurations: one with two white Joy-cons (and white dock) and the other one with red and blue Joy-cons and black dock Dr.. The new system will be fully compatible with all existing Joy-Cons, Switch and gaming accessories.
Reading Report: Nintendo's Next Switch to Nvidia 4K DLS on TV. There is no indication in today's announcement that the actual circuit, chips, or hardware configuration provided by the OLED model has changed from the switch's previous hardware. This indicates that there will be no future Switch games that require an OLED model to run, and we won't see significant performance improvements when playing games on the newly designed system despite previous reports to the contrary.
Meet the Switch Pro: The $350 OLED model starts launching October 8th