Nintendo has confirmed that the recently announced Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) won’t include a spec upgrade. The upgraded OLED model features numerous quality-of-life improvements aimed at fixing the original model’s shortcomings.
An OLED screen, improved adjustable stand, an increase in storage space, audio enhancements. And a dock with a built-in LAN port was a welcome addition. However, the $349 model doesn’t include something that was heavily rumored, more power.
Nintendo Switch OLED model does not have a new CPU or more RAM. From previous Nintendo Switch models. Rumors and speculation prior to the reveal suggested that the new model would have some form of power boost that would enable 4K output in TV Mode.
After the reveal, it’s clear this model appears more focused on fixing past issues. And improving the handheld experience. Nintendo Switch OLED Model launches on October 8 for $349.99.