Nintendo has just introduced a new Switch version, owning a 7-inch 720p OLED screen and officially named Nintendo Switch (OLED model).
In addition to the new OLED display, this version comes with an adjustable stand when an external monitor is plugged in, 64GB of internal memory (instead of 32GB on the old model), a new docking station, and an integrated Ethernet port and improved audio. when handheld or plugged in the monitor.

Nintendo says it "supports up to 1080p 60fps via HDMI in TV mode" when connecting the TV dock. Unfortunately, this Nintendo Switch model does not support 4K output when plugged in.

Nintendo confirmed to The Verge that there aren't any major changes to the CPU and memory. "Nintendo Switch (OLED) has no new CPU or increased RAM capacity compared to previous Nintendo Switch models," a Nintendo spokesperson said .

Battery life on the new OLED Switch is up to 9 hours, equal to the current model. This OLED Switch is longer and heavier than the original model, 0.32kg versus 0.29kg.

The original Joy-Con sets still work with this new Switch model. All existing titles will also remain compatible with the new OLED model.

Nintendo will offer both black and white, and is expected to go on sale later this year. The new dock will also work with both the regular Nintendo Switch and the new OLED Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch has sold very well when dominating the sales chart in the US for nearly 2 years in a row. To date, the device has sold more than 84 million units since its launch in 2017. This new OLED Switch model is expected to help drive sales closer to the Wii 101 million console model.

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