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According to the official sources, new Nintendo has allegedly set to reveal. A new Nintendo Switch model with a bigger Samsung OLED display later this year. Besides, New Nintendo switches with a Larger Screen, 4K Output In the Works. This new Switch model will unveil later this year according to the news.
What is in the row
As a matter of fact, as reported by Bloomberg. Nintendo is planning to unveil this new model in hopes. They are thinking that a “larger touchscreen can prop up demand in time for the holidays.”
Samsung Display Company will start mass production of 7-inch, 720p-resolution OLED panels as early as June 2021 with an “initial monthly target of under a million units.” These displays would then be sent to assemblers in July.
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Above all, for reference, the current Nintendo Switch model features a 6.2-inch, 720p-resolution screen. This new screen would look as if you extended the current Switch’s screen that replaced most of the black bezel around it.
The buzz around the market
“The OLED panel will consume less battery, offer higher contrast, and possibly faster response time when compared to the Switch’s current liquid-crystal display,” said Yoshio Tamura, co-founder of display consultancy DSCC.
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The report also claims that Nintendo has decided to go with rigid OLED panels for this new model, a “cheaper but less flexible alternative to the type commonly used for high-end smartphones.”
The bottom Line
This deal will benefit Samsung Display as the rigid OLED panels’ market prices were falling due to excess supply. This will also hopefully benefit Nintendo as this partnership will help them in a time where semiconductor shortages are causing delays for PS5s, Xbox Series X consoles, and graphics cards. This rumored “Switch Pro,” as some have called it, has been in high demand from fans for some time. Nintendo has been tight-lipped about any new model.