Nintendo has stealthily launched a new version of its very popular Switch console, this time with a sparkling new OLED display and a number of handy other upgrades.
There have been rumours about a Nintendo Switch Pro for months now, with many suggesting one of the notable upgrades would be support for higher-resolution 4K visuals when the console is docked to a supported television.
However, that isn’t the case and in terms of TV output the updated Switch OLED is the same as the previous model. When plugged into a TV, the maximum resolution is 1920 x 1080 at 60fps.
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