Editor's Note: To be honest, I was pretty upset when the Nintendo Switch announced its "upgrade." I'm not even a salt that doesn't have more processing power. What bothers me the most is that the major issues I've had with the switch haven't improved. The lack of storage is unbelievable, but I fixed it in the first week with a 512GB SD card. The most annoying problem is the control skew, and it seems that the solution to this problem has been abandoned in the new and expensive model.
Nintendo dispelled recent rumors last week by introducing an upgraded switch. Unfortunately, most people did not expect the upgrade. In fact, Nintendo recommended that the new model is not the same as the OLED screen. There are many areas where the company could make improvements, but it seems to have ignored other more pressing concerns, such as JoyCons, in addition to the screen and stand.
JoyCon drift has been a major problem. Since the Switch was launched four years ago. This bug appeared within a year of its publication. Several lawsuits have been filed in this regard, and Nintendo is committed to providing free repairs regardless of warranty status.
"Even *I* don't find joycon drift funny" pic.twitter.com/nnNsNTuhhl- Becca (@nescartridges) Jul 9, 2021
When asked if "Has the Joy- Did the console's configuration and performance change with the Nintendo Switch (OLED model)?"
It seems that Nintendo has not resolved this issue. The Verge notes that the FAQ page on the official UK website states more explicitly that the JoyCons offered with the OLED model are the same as the regular adapter. It's a shame to ignore a known problem that hit the company in legal matters, if it has a good chance of getting it right.
Upgraded Nintendo Switch OLED won't fix JoyCon drift