Nintendo Announces Nintendo Switch (OLED Model)

Tuesday, July 6th, 2021

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Earlier this morning, Nintendo announced a brand new OLED Model of the Nintendo Switch, which will be coming out this October 8th. It doesn’t sound like it performs any differently than the regular Nintendo Switch. But it does have a new larger OLED screen, double the internal storage, a wider kickstand, improved speakers and its own dock with a LAN port. You can check out the announcement trailer showing it off, down below. And also if you go here, you’ll see Nintendo’s comparison of the new OLED Model to their earlier released Nintendo Switch models. Let us know down in the comments what you think of the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) and whether or not it’s what you hoped for in a new improved Nintendo Switch. This new model will be priced a little higher than the regular Nintendo Switch, it will cost you $349.99 if you’re looking to upgrade.

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