It drew a large number of players who were eager to learn more about the specifications and details. The Nintendo Switch OLED is not the significant upgrade that many people had hoped for.
There are no radically new processors, GPUs, or RAM, but the screen has been increased to 7 inches and now includes an OLED display. The resolution is still only HD, which helps to maintain reasonable battery life.
There’s also a new kickstand that appears to be much more stable than the one on the original.
The audio has also been beefed up a little, according to Nintendo, though I haven’t played with it yet to see how much it has been beefed up.
It will be available on October 8th for $349, which is $49 more than the standard Nintendo Switch.