Nintendo Switch will launch on October 8, 2021 but the pre-orders for the device have gone live. The OLED model has been priced $50 more than the standard Switch model, which makes its price to be $350 ($349.99). The company hasn’t released any details about the pre-order and customers are advised to check with the stores directly for the purchase. Only the red and blue OLED Switch model is available for preorder which is available from Target. The white variant is not available for pre-order right now.
With the OLED Switch, Nintendo has improved the display size from 6.2-inch to 7-inch and as is already known, upgraded the display to an OLED one. The rest of the specifications of the device are largely the same as the original model. The OLED Switch, however, does not offer any “Switch Pro”- style upgrades..
The OLED upgrade is only the second major upgrade the Switch console has received yet; Nintendo could have added some more features to the upgrade, some believed, but the company actually chose to stick with the OLED panel only, that made the price go up a bit, but not so much so as to make a Nintendo Switch seeker rethink his or her decision. The Japanese gaming console maker has sold 85 million units of its $299.99 Switch device and the $199.99 handheld-only Switch Lite, the sales seeing a heavy boost during the COVID-19 enforced lockdowns.
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