A Hot Potato: Nintendo finally revealed the next long-rumored version of the Nintendo Switch on Monday, and many fans were disappointed. While the technology uses OLED technology and has more storage, the expected 4K and DLSS support has gone away — one Nintendo marketer even thinks people shouldn't upgrade if they don't care about the new screen.
The new hybrid, which imagines a Nintendo Switch OLED model, offers several superior versions compared to the current version: the 6.2-inch LCD screen is now a 7-inch OLED. Storage space of 32 GB has been increased to 64 GB. There is an adjustable base, improved audio, and a new base with a wired Ethernet jack.
Where the newer switch is no different from the previous model is the internal key. We've seen reports of 4K resolution support, the addition of Nvidia DLS (Deep Learning Super Sampling), a new custom-built SoC with an improved processor, and more RAM, but not all of these are on the OLED Switch.
No no why not stick to the current page if you are not digging the page.- JC Rodrigo (@JCRodrigo_) July 6, 2021
In response to a tweet about whether the new Switch offers better performance, Nintendo of America Director of Product Marketing JC Rodrigo wrote: “No, not for what if the page Don't dig in, stick to the current page.”
A so-called switch professional is, at best, more than a switch professional looking for a lack of experience in a crowded field. // t. co/LjK0Esmv9G- Nathan Grayson (@Vahn16) Jul 6, 2021
Due to the number of reports for the updated 4K Switch Pro, it's always possible that Nintendo could release next year's version that lacks the shrinking global chip, and there's a model More powerful, although such a move would undoubtedly anger those who buy the OLED Switch model when it launches on October 8 for $349.99. 2022 for Switch Pro. If this continues, I would still expect it to get 4K output with a more efficient chip with DLSS. Does anyone think this is the last switch from the company that released 6 3DS models? https://t.co/TuJJGucDdc- JeffGrubb Jul 6, 2021
Nintendo says if you don't care about the screen, don't upgrade to the new Switch OLED model
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