On July 6, Nintendo announced the release of the new Switch model, the Nintendo Switch (OLED model), coming out October 8, 2021.
This new model features a seven inch OLED screen (up from the previous model’s 6.2 inch screen), a wide adjustable stand for tabletop mode, 64 GB of internal storage, a LAN port in the Switch’s dock, and enhanced audio (which most likely means better onboard speakers).
The Switch (OLED model) will sell for $349.99 at launch, 50 dollars more than the launch price of the original console. It will support all existing Nintendo Switch games and Joy-Con controllers. Upon launch, the OLED model will come in two styles: white, or neon red/neon blue.
This news comes after rumors of a “Nintendo Switch Pro” floated around, hinting at a more powerful system with a better battery life and CPU. This just goes to show that not everything you read on the Internet is true.
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