John Friscia

The big (and few) improvements to the Nintendo Switch OLED model include a 7″ OLED screen, a wide adjustable stand, better audio, and a LAN port in the dock. As such, the Switch OLED will cost $349.99, compared to the $299.99 for the standard Switch and $199.99 for the portable-only Switch Lite. However, according to Bloomberg sources that have put forth dollar estimates, each Switch OLED only costs “around $10 more” to manufacture than the base model, meaning each unit sold would produce an extra $40 in profit for Nintendo. “The new Switch’s 7-inch OLED display from Samsung Display Co. […]

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