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On Tuesday, Nintendo lifted the curtain on the Nintendo Switch OLED model, which received mixed reactions. The majority of Nintendo fans were expecting a “Nintendo Switch Pro” and expressed disappointment with the lack of improvements. If you are someone who plays your Nintendo Switch in handheld, the OLED model will be the definitive way to play though. However, Digital Foundry has interestingly discovered that the Nintendo Switch OLED model development kit features 8 GB of RAM, compared to the regular model’s 6GB. Although the OLED dev kit features 8GB, all retail Switch units will continue to include only 4GB. Apparently, […]

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