Details about the new Nintendo Switch continue to come in. According to recent rumors, the new Switch model will also offer support for 4K resolution in TV mode.
Nintendo launched its already on-sale console, the Switch, in 2017. Switch has managed to attract attention due to its hybrid structure. Unable to find the support it had hoped for by 3rd party developers in the first place due to its powerless nature, switch nevertheless reached a wide user base.
Following the release of the next generation of consoles last year, Nintendo also pressed the button for the expected move. As is known, the Switch model released in 2017 was running at 720p in hand mode and 1K in TV mode. Rumor has it that Nintendo aims to display in 4K resolution in TV mode with its new Switch model.
The new Nintendo Switch will also offer 4K support
Nintendo’s new Switch will go on sale later this year, according to the latest claims. The Japanese console giant will offer some cpu-side improvements to its new Switch model. The IPS LCD screen will also be replaced by an OLED panel.
The most important update will come on the TV mode side. The new Switch model will be able to offer 4K resolution in TV mode. This means that gamers will be able to play new games on TV in 4K resolution.
Of course, for now, we need to point out that these rhetoric regarding the Switch is in the process of being claimed and has not been verified by Nintendo. Let’s see if Nintendo really releases a new Switch model. We’ll just have to wait and see.