The Switch was an incredible success for Nintendo. For example, last year the console broke sales records due to increased demand in the pandemic, and this year analysts expect its sales to surpass the PS5 and Xbox Series X. It’s no surprise that the Japanese giant may be preparing an improved version of the console. Rumors about this have been circulating since the end of 2019.
Bloomberd journalist Takashi Mochizuki has published a new investigation into the possibility of a Switch Pro. According to him, Samsung will begin production of seven-inch Rigid OLED displays for the new console by June. They have a very low price point due to the oversaturation of the market, which should play into the hands of Nintendo. According to the journalist, the new version of Switch will support 4K resolution in the docking station.
The first deliveries of displays to the manufacturer will be in July. Thus, Nintendo can prepare for a release by the end of the year. There was no official announcement, the company did not comment on the information.
Last time, Mochizuki was the first to talk about Switch Lite, so his investigation can be trusted.