Months of speculation and a sea of rumors, Nintendo officially notified the following popular game console playback: Nintendo Switch OLED model. The upcoming device will work more in the middle age than any other, a fine-tuning of the 2019 model unlike the rumored more powerful “Switch Pro” (and can still start).
On sale for $ 350 starting Oct. 8, aptly Nintendo Switch OLED model is the next iteration of what has become one of the best-selling consoles during the last two years. It features a 7-inch 720p OLED display, a new dock with a built-in Ethernet port, and improved stand it seems to take the hint directly Microsoft Surface Pro tablets. It also offers 64GB of built-in storage, up to nine hours of battery life – the same as the current switch – and has “enhanced sound” for playback on a handheld or desktop. Unfortunately, despite perseverance rumors of 4K support, The OLED model supports 1080p resolution only when docked. Apparently, Bluetooth support and an improved CPU also have to wait.
Still, the OLED model has a lot to get people excited about, including my own Alex Cranz. It plays all the same games, supports native Joy-Cons games, and delivers a sleek black-and-white finish reminiscent of next-generation consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S. It’s also available in red and blue Joy-Cons if you like the original model.
Where to buy a Nintendo Switch OLED model
If you want to get your hands on an OLED-equipped switch at startup and get ahead of another console shortage, you’re in luck. Currently, you can order a white iteration for the upcoming console for $ 350 Walmart. Pre-orders started today at 3:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM PT and are likely to be sold out.
If you are more traditional, you can also order it red and blue model at Walmart, although neither configuration is expected to be delivered until the Nintendo Switch OLED model officially goes on sale on October 8th.