5 new things about the new Nintendo Switch (OLED Model)
Nintendo just dropped the official announcement for the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) and now here are the 5 new things about the new Nintendo Switch (OLED Model)!
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“The new Nintendo Switch (OLED model) is a great option for players who want to experience the new vibrant screen when playing in handheld and tabletop mode,” said Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser. “With the addition of this new model to the Nintendo Switch family of systems, people have an additional choice of a system that best fits the gaming experience they desire – whether it’s Nintendo Switch (OLED model), Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch Lite.”
1. LCD to OLED
The previous version for the Nintendo Switch had a 6.2 inch LCD screen and the new version will clock in with a bigger screen via a 7 inch OLED screen. Also expect better image quality as it’s a step up from the previous version.
2. Better stand and better support
One of the biggest complaints about the previous iterations of the Nintendo Switch was how unstable it is with the built-in stand for the console. The Switch OLED version will come with a stand that encompasses the whole lower half of the console. This makes the suspense from games like Metroid: Dread more stable in the real world.
3. New LAN connection
The Switch got massively popular because it was a party-friendly game with up to four players going toe to toe for games like Splatoon and more. But while there are two options for the console, the Switch OLED version will feature a Lan port for wired connections and potential for more players. So yeah, welcome back to the classic LAN party.
4. Two colors to choose from
The Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) will arrive in two colors: A set that features white Joy-Cons, a black main unit and a white dock, as well as a version that sports neon red and blue Joy-Cons, a black console and a black dock.
5. Price and release date
The Nintendo Switch OLED Model is expected to drop by October 8,2021 and will be priced at $350. Take note though Philippine buyers, there’s no definite date for PH release so there may or may not be hoarding.
There you go, 5 new things about the new Nintendo Switch (OLED Model). So will you be getting the Switch OLED model when it comes out? Leave a comment below and follow me on Twitter at @thefanboyseo.