According to the report from Bloomberg, which sources unidentified "people familiar with the matter," the new Nintendo Switch will include support for Nvidia's Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), which is essentially a technology that makes rendering high-fidelity graphics more efficient. Combined with the aforementioned OLED display, the upgraded Nintendo Switch should be able to push 4K-quality visuals when connected to a television.
New Switch would be:— Takashi Mochizuki (@6d6f636869) March 23, 2021
-release later this year
-7-inch, 720p OLED screen
-better CPU, more memory
-with a lot of games
-analysts tip as much as $399.99 price tag
source: multiple people familiar with the matter that we talked to.https://t.co/1lleqAFQBh
Additionally, Bloomberg reports that analysts predict that the price of the upgraded version of the Nintendo Switch could be as high as $399.99. That's $100 more expensive than the Nintendo Switch and $200 more expensive than the Nintendo Switch Lite. Given that this is all based on reports and estimates and the like, however, it remains to be seen what the actual price might be.
As noted above, Nintendo has yet to officially announce any sort of upgraded Nintendo Switch model. The Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite, the two official models of the console, are currently available wherever such things are sold, assuming you can find either of them in stock.
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