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Nintendo Switch (OLED model)

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Nintendo Switch (OLED model)
Nintendo Switch(有機ELモデル) Nintendō Suitchi (yūki EL moderu)
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Nintendo Switch (OLED model) inside the revised Nintendo Switch Dock, with white Joy-Con controllers.
Technical details
Media Nintendo Switch Game Card, digital download
Storage capacity 64GB internal memory, microSD/SDHC/SDXC card (up to 2TB)[1]
CPU Nvidia Tegra[1]
Model no. HEG-001[2]
Can connect with N/A
Input Joy-Con, Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
Backwards compatible with N/A
Services provided Nintendo eShop, Nintendo Account, Nintendo Switch Online
Launch date WW: October 8, 2021[3]
Discontinue date N/A
Units sold
Predecessor Successor

The Nintendo Switch (OLED model) is a hybrid game console, and the third iteration of the Nintendo Switch family. The console natively support all Nintendo Switch titles, however the redesigned model may not fit any of the Nintendo Labo products.[2]

The Nintendo Switch (OLED model) features a wider, 7.0" OLED screen display compared to the 6.2" LCD Nintendo Switch screen display.[2] The console's stand is now adjustable allowing users to adjust the angle for tabletop mode. Audio on the console has been enhanced for portable play. The internal storage capacity for the Nintendo Switch (OLED model) now has 64GB, in addition to the console including a new dock, that features a built-in LAN port for multiplayer purposes. It is still backwards compatible with previous controllers, including the Joy-Con and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.[3]

The console comes in the standard black case, with one variant featuring white Joy-Cons and a white dock, and the other variant featuring the neon-red and neon-blue Joy-Cons and a black dock. The console cost more than the standard Nintendo Switch, at around $349.99 MSRP.[3]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Technical Specs. Nintendo (July 6, 2021). Retrieved July 6, 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Compare. Nintendo (July 6, 2021). Retrieved July 6, 2021.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Nintendo Switch (OLED model). Nintendo (July 6, 2021). Retrieved July 6, 2021.

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