Two of the leading gaming stores in the Philippines have brought the new Nintendo Switch OLED model to the country.
Other than the new white color, the new Nintendo Switch OLED offers a couple of improvements over the initial, years-old model. The most obvious one, of course, is the more vibrant OLED panel. It’s larger, too, at 7-inches from 6.2-inches.
The dock on the new model also now has a LAN port for wired internet that should provide a faster and more reliable connection.
Nintendo also polished a couple of things. The kickstand is now more flexible for dual-player gaming, the stereo speakers are improved, and it now has twice the storage at 64GB to store more games on.
Other than those changes, everything else is the same. The popular Joy-Cons were untouched, HDMI port on the dock for playing on the large screen, and the same battery longevity that can last 4.5 to 9 hours.
You can learn more about it here.
The Nintendo Switch OLED model has a price of Php24,995 on Data Blitz, where it comes with two free games and an option between White and Neon colors. It’s cheaper at i.TECH with an SRP of Php23,595 but only comes with one game, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD.