Recently, there have been more and more news about Nintendo’s new Switch console. It seems that Nintendo is indeed going to launch a new Switch. The latest news shows that the “Tegra X1 Mariko” chip used in the Switch long-life version and Switch Lite will be discontinued at the end of the year. This means that the new Switch will be equipped with a new processor. Whether the new Switch will use an improved version of X1 or other chips is still unknown.
The new Nintendo Switch not only needs a new screen! Also equipped with a new processor?
There is also news that the new Switch will support NVIDIA DLSS technology and will also support 4K video output. Insider Nate Drake revealed on the ResetEra forum that Switch Pro DLSS will be based on hardware rather than being processed by the base, so the handheld mode will also support 4K video output. NateDrake also believes that the new Switch will be announced in the next fiscal year, but the console may be delayed until 2022.
According to previous news, the screen size of the new Switch may be larger. According to people familiar with the matter, Nintendo plans to launch a larger-screen Switch game console this year, which will be equipped with a Samsung OLED display. Samsung is expected to start mass production of 7-inch OLED panels in June at the earliest, with a monthly production volume of slightly less than 1 million units, and deliveries for assembly in July. The person believes that Nintendo hopes to stimulate demand in the game console market.
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