The Tech community was waiting for a Pro version of Nintendo’s change, but on July 6 an OLED model was announced as the fourth main launch of the hand console. Call to Nintendo Switch, the new version of Nintendo Handheld Game Console is a bit of subjective option, depending on whether you already have the switch or you are a user for the first time of a hand console.
The anticipation for the next version of Nintendo Switch has been at full time for an agonizing time. Now that the handheld is finally a reality, let’s look at the key differences and similarities that will help you decide whether to buy or pass this new hot gadget.
Nintendo choosing to highlight the OLED aspect in the name of his new console is something strange, but then, we will have to live with him. That’s where one of the greatest differences in the two consoles is located. The last announced switch obtains a 7-inch OLED multi-touch capacitive screen with a resolution of 1280x720p. The standard Nintendo switch, on the other hand, has a capacitive LCD touch screen with 6.2-inch multifunction training with a resolution of 1280x720p.
This means that the new OLED model will have deeper blacks, much better contrast and a vibrant general aspect. The resolution is the same for both is a bit disappointing, since there will be no hit at the level of details that is really valuable for the players. Actually, it gives a strategic advantage in some game titles where a more acute level of detail means a better visualization capacity.
Both consoles are more or less similar (if they are not identical) basicly and aesthetically. The larger OLED screen eats large bezel design a bit dated from the standard model, having a very elegant look. Other minor changes come in the form of a higher profile: the new model measures 0.1 inches larger) and weighs 0.05 pounds heavier.
The greatest greatest and most satisfying change, however, is at the point position that has been deliciously renovated. Compared with old plastic support on the standard switch that was a kind of wobbling and not reliable, the new Kicksta
Entering the main consoles, both are offered in the neon color option, matched to a red and blue joy. The standard switch that is not the one that has the whole gray option. The OLED model, on the other hand, has a clean white option with whitish controllers that match the whitish pier.