The Nintendo Switch OLED looks to offer a notable picture upgrade when using the Nintendo console in handheld – but is there really a point to it for those already playing Switch games on an OLED TV?
That’s the question being asked by OLED TV owners, who have taken to the internet to express their bemusement and dismay at the Switch OLED.
OLED is, of course, the darling of TV manufacturers these days, with self-emissive pixels that allow for vivid colors, deep black, and incredible levels of contrast – which are all things appreciated by cinephiles and gamers alike.
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