Are you digging the new Nintendo Switch OLED? Well, don’t worry if you’re not, because Nintendo’s manager of product marketing has advised to “stick with the current Switch” if the Switch OLED doesn’t light your fire.
Nintendo made a surprise announcement of its redesign of the popular hybrid console on Twitter on July 6, and while some were undoubtedly pleased about the model’s new 7-inch OLED screen, others haven’t been impressed by the console’s lack of technical upgrades, specifically that it won’t output at 4K resolution when connected to a TV.
When asked on Twitter by a user if the Nintendo Switch OLED runs games any better, Nintendo’s manager of product marketing said “Nope.
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