After months of Change Pro Rumor has it Nintendo has finally unveiled its new hardware SKU – but it seems that under the hood, the Change the OLED model it’s pretty much the same beast as the original Switch.
While there were rumors that the new version boasted a more powerful processor to handle 4K results when anchored, these have proven to be inaccurate – as far as this model is concerned, at least.
Nintendo has confirmed The Virgin which one:
Nintendo Switch (OLED model) does not have a new CPU, or more RAM, than previous Nintendo Switch models.
What the OLED model offers is one bigger screen, better, enhanced audio and a redesigned dock that now includes a LAN port.
The OLED Switch model launches sideways Metroid terror the eighth of October, and will sell for sale $ 349.99 in North America and about £ 310 in the UK.
Nvidia – the company that produces the “Mariko Tegra X1 system” on a chip “that powers both Switch and Switch Lite – is reported to bring production to the SoC that powers all three Switch models by the end of this year.