Today in a news article from *Bloomberg.com we have learnt that Nintendo plans to reveal an all-new Nintendo Switch with a bigger screen. In the Bloomberg article, we learned that Samsung is creating new bigger screens for Nintendo and that they will be 7 inches with a 720p OLED screen.
Bloomberg also spoke about the new Switch console having 4K UHD graphical support when the Nintendo Switch is paired with a TV. Could this gap in graphics between handheld and TV docking be too much for Developers to manage to bring their games to Nintendo Switch in the future?
Mass production of the Samsung screens is slated to start in July, which is when we will most likely see an announcement based on the final model, along with a potential Holiday 2021 release date.
In February, however, Nintendo said that we would not be hearing anything about a new Nintendo Switch for some time, so the potential of seeing its release this year could also be unlikely, especially with the current pandemic still hindering production throughout the tech world. What Are your thoughts on us seeing a new Nintendo Switch console this year? Join us in this article's comments on our Facebook and Twitter pages and let us know your thoughts.
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