Nintendo launched a new version of its popular Switch game console. It has a larger and more colorful screen and will be available on Oct. 8 for premium price of $349.99.
The new Nintendo Switch comes with an OLED screen that’s brighter and more colorful than the screen on the standard model. It has a 7-inch screen versus the 6.2-inch screen on the standard version and 5.5-inch screen and a better speakers.
The storage of the regular model, though that can be expanded with a memory card, and has the same estimated 4.5 to 9 hours of battery life depending on usage.
The Switch update is relatively iterative. OLED screens are already used across the gadget industry and appear in phones, tablets and TVs. While it offers some added functionality, like a dedicated jack to plug in an internet cable, most of the other hardware features appear similar.