Nintendo is set to launch a new console at the end of the month, the Switch.
The Switch will feature a 4K OLED display and it’ll be the first Nintendo console to support HDR, a high dynamic range display.
This will allow gamers to enjoy a 4k display with more vivid colours, depth, and contrast.
It’ll also allow you to take advantage of the console’s wireless charging system, which will allow you charge your Switch with the TV.
The display will be powered by an 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip, and it will feature Nvidia’s next generation Pascal GPU.
It should be available to buy at launch.
We’re still not sure what the exact specs will be, but if you look at the specs list on the Nintendo website, it looks like the Switch will have the same specs as the 3DS and 3DS XL.
The only difference between the two is that the 3D TV will be bigger and it’s going to support HDMI 2.0a instead of DisplayPort 1.2a.
The Nintendo Switch will be the company’s biggest launch yet, and with that, Nintendo is looking to push new hardware and software into the market.