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Nintendo Switch OLED model will go on sale on October 8th for $350

Nintendo’s new Switch is official

By Tom Warren and Richard Lawler | July 6, 2021 9:08 am

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Nintendo is announcing a new Switch model today with a larger 7-inch 720P OLED display. This new model uses an upgraded chip from Nvidia, allowing the handheld to output at 4K when connected to a TV. The Switch (OLED model) will go on sale for $350 starting on October 8th.

This updated Switch has been rumored heavily in recent months, and Nintendo has chosen to reveal it after the company’s E3 show that focused exclusively on new Switch games. Reports had suggested this new Switch would appear before E3 began earlier this month.

The new Switch arrives nearly two years after Nintendo’s Switch Lite, a smaller and cheaper version of the Switch that you can’t hook up to a TV. The Switch Lite debuted at $199 in September 2019.

Nintendo’s Switch has sold incredibly well, with the console dominating US sales charts for nearly two years straight. Switch lifetime sales are at 84.59 million units shipped since its launch in 2017, a figure that is getting closer to the Wii console’s 101.63 million lifetime sales mark. This updated Switch model is bound to only help push sales even closer to the Wii.
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