Nintendo Switch OLED Model Announced, Out October 8th for $349

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The long-rumored Nintendo Switch OLED model has been finally announced. This updated version of the popular hybrid handheld/home console will be available starting October 8th (the same day of the Metroid Dread launch) globally at a price of $349.99. However, this is not the Switch Pro, which means the hardware specifications are practically the same and there is no 4K upscaling or NVIDIA DLSS support. The only major changes are the new 7-inch display and the doubled internal storage capacity.

Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser stated:

Samsung Has Received Around 120 Million OLED Panel Orders From Apple to Be Used in Future iPad Models

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. 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 the Nintendo Switch OLED model, Nintendo Switch, or Nintendo Switch Lite.

You can take a closer look at the Nintendo Switch OLED model below. Are you satisfied with it? Will you grab one? Let us know in the comments!

Meet the newest member of the Nintendo Switch family

The new system features a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen, a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port, 64 GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio.

7-inch OLED screen

Feast your eyes on vivid colors and crisp contrast when you play on-the-go.

See the difference the vibrant screen makes, whether you're racing at top speed or squaring off against enemies.

Wide, adjustable stand

Flip out the sturdy stand for easy viewing in Tabletop mode.

Find your best angle

Adjust the stand to find the optimal viewing angle—perfect for a quick multiplayer game with a buddy.

Built-in wired LAN port

Connect online using the dock’s LAN port when playing in TV mode.

Enhanced audio

Enjoy enhanced audio from the system’s onboard speakers.

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