Nintendo has confirmed that it won't be launching any new Switch model at this time. The company has also denied reports that it will be significantly raising its margins with its new OLED model.
As it seems increasingly likely that Nintendo will reveal its purported Switch revision in the coming days, a new report has shared more possible details about the hardware, including a new dock.
New reports have emerged claiming that Nintendo is set to reveal a revision of its Switch hybrid console very soon. The console is expected to release by October and feature improved graphics.
The Nintendo Switch revision, which is rumored to launch later this year, will allegedly be powered by Nvidia's next-gen Ada Lovelace GPU architecture. It is reportedly the successor to Ampere.
Rumors have been going rampant regarding the purported Nintendo Switch revision said to be coming this year, and a new report claims that the console will also have a new chipset from Nvidia.
Yet another report has shone a light on Nintendo's plans for a Switch revision, which is said to be coming this year. The company is sourcing a 7-inch OLED display from Samsung Display.
2021 could be the year we finally see a significant revision of the Nintendo Switch, but we don't yet know what to expect out of it. Let's talk about what we'd like to see in a potential Switch Pro.
Nintendo has long been rumored to be working on a new iteration of its Switch hybrid console, and a new report claims the new revision could arrive sometime in the first quarter of 2021.