Released on Friday, October 8, 2021, at the same time as Metroid Dread, the Nintendo Switch OLED is therefore the new model of Nintendo’s hybrid console. Contrary to the rumors launched by certain insiders and important media such as Bloomberg, this “new generation” machine does not arrive on the market with more power and the possibility of running games in 4K. Moreover, if Bloomberg continues to persist, Nintendo this time wanted to deny these rumors that they consider unfounded and tend to harm its business. In the meantime, this OLED Switch asks many questions, since it does not have its screen again using OLED technology, the one that already made the beauty of the PS Vita 10 years ago. Of course, Nintendo has planned other additions, sometimes minor, sometimes significant. The screen has been enlarged, the kickstand is better designed, an RJ-45 LAN port has been added (hallelujah!) And the Joy-Con have been improved. But has the Joy-Con Drift concern been resolved? Not really … All this, we explain it to you in our video where everything is compiled: unboxing, description and comparison with the first Nintendo Switch.