Nintendo announced the new OLED model of the Nintendo Switch, and while it’s not the big power upgrade some fans were hoping for, there are certainly new features and reviews that make it worth considering. If you’re curious about how the best Nintendo Switch games will perform or if there are battery differences you need to be aware of, we’ve got you covered.
Nintendo has already provided two major Nintendo Switches, including the Nintendo Switch Lite for anyone who wants something lighter and cheaper than a regular Switch, and the Nintendo Switch V2, which was an improvement over the launch model.
Still, before looking at the comparison below, it’s important to note that contrary to rumors of a 4K-capable Nintendo Switch Pro, the OLED model of the Nintendo Switch is named after internal processors and RAM like the existing Switch models. . This means that outside of the differences an OLED display provides, games will look and function identically on all Nintendo Switches, so don’t expect the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to be much superior. on the OLED model of Nintendo Switch. .
Every difference in the OLED model of Nintendo Switch
Pre-orders for the OLED model of the Nintendo Switch have yet to open, but we’ll make sure to provide an update when they do. The OLED model of the Nintendo Switch is scheduled to launch on October 8, accompanying the launch of Metroid Dread.
The system will launch with two options: one with white Joy-Cons and a white dock, matching Samus’s armor color scheme in Metroid Dread, and another option with classic neon red and blue Joy-Cons.
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