On July 7, Nintendo launched a new switch with a 7-inch OLED screen, which will go on sale in October this year at NT $10480 (about RMB 2420).
Unfortunately,The new switch uses a 720p OLED screen with 720p resolution on a 7-inch large screen. You can imagine the graininess.
As for Nintendo's practice, Shen Yiren said,I think the 720p OLED screen may be selected for the consideration of battery life.
Shen Yiren also said that for existing users, players who have long been connected to the big screen to play switch do not need to upgrade. After all, there are few scenarios for OLED screens in the core update point.
Users who focus on mobile scenarios still suggest updating, and the cost of replacement after the previous generation is out is not high. After all, for the handset, the big screen is the king. Don't worry that the resolution has not been improved. After all, the original resolution is not ideal.
As for new users, they recommend new models, and remember that 99% of electronic products are bought new rather than old.
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