Nintendo Switch OLED in the video: This is how the new model does

A lot has happened since the Nintendo Switch was launched in 2017, at least at Sony and Microsoft. With the new OLED model, Nintendo is finally giving the Switch a breath of fresh air. Robert took a closer look at the new version of the console for a few weeks, you can find out his conclusion in the video.

Nintendo Switch OLED: A good mix of old and new?

The Nintendo Switch has now wandered over the counter over 90 million times. Even four years after the first release, the console’s popularity did not diminish, despite some criticism: Labbriger kickstand, limited memory, Joy-Con drift.

If you ask the Internet, there are quite a few things that can be criticized for the console favorite. Nintendo has tried to remedy some of these points with the new version of their blockbuster hit.

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In everyday life, the OLED display that gives it its name is particularly noticeable. Although the panel has only grown by 0.8 inches from 6.2 to 7.0 inches on paper, it looks significantly larger in direct comparison. The colors are more contrasting and the edges have shrunk dramatically. Another advantage: the brightness of the switch has also increased compared to the normal model. How the display performs in daylight, you can see in our video.

And the kickstand has also become significantly more useful due to its size and the new, more robust material. He can can be adjusted continuously and thus offers players greater convenience on the go.

For almost a month, Robert extensively tested the new OLED model of the Nintendo Switch. Now he draws a conclusion: which problems have been fixed, which remain and For whom is it worth upgrading the console to the new model? You can find out all this and more in the video.

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