Here’s what’s new with the Nintendo Switch OLED mannequin

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The “Switch Pro” is right here — properly, kind of.

The upcoming refreshed model of Nintendo’s Switch incorporates a barely bigger OLED display when in comparison with the earlier model of the console and different refined {hardware} enhancements.

The Japanese gaming large’s upcoming handheld options enhanced audio, a sturdier, extra adjustable kickstand, 64GB of storage and new ‘White’ Joy-Con controllers.

The Switch OLED mannequin releases October eighth for $449 in Canada (the usual Switch prices $399).

Keep your eye on MobileSyrup within the coming months for all the most recent Nintendo information and take a look at our prior protection of the Switch (OLED) under.

Beyond that, take a look at our opinions of the Switch and Switch Lite.

Previous opinions

Nintendo Switch (2017)

Switch Lite (2019)

Switch OLED mannequin information

What do you think?

Written by Gideon


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