News and rumors of an improved version of the Nintendo Switch began to gain traction quickly following reports that Samsung might be supplying OLED screens for the console. Gamereactor also shared new information related to Nvidia’s Switch console chip.
According to him, this year Nvidia will stop producing Nvidia Tegra X1 chips for consoles. They are used in the regular Nintendo Switch and Lite versions. Unfortunately, he did not reveal what will happen next, and how this will affect the production of consoles.
Judging by the information Bloomberg, production of a new version of the console will begin in July. Its release can take place at the end of this or the beginning of the next. According to rumors, it will have a 7-inch screen, and in the docking station, the console will be able to output resolutions up to 4K. Surely upscale is meant.