Unlike its predecessors, the new switch is factory fitted with LED screen protection. Nintendo strongly advises against removing these, otherwise there is a risk of injury.
Last week Nintendo officially introduced the Switch OLED and the first players have already received the console. Unlike its predecessor, it features a new docking station with a better and larger display and 4K capability.
However, the new screen has a limit that some users have already noticed. Previous switch models can optionally be protected by security films from third-party providers. However, these measures are not necessary because the displays of the “older” models were behind a relatively stable plastic pan. The switch is LED, on the other hand, fitted with a glass panel on the front of the 7-inch screen.
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So Nintendo has installed a screen protector ex-job so that the glass panel in front of the OLED panel can withstand at least the soft power. Nintendo North America has stated that there is a risk of injury from broken glass if this safety measure is removed incorrectly by the user. So on the second page of a warning about this one writes in the “Nintendo Switch LED Health and Safety Information and Application Guidelines” pointing out to users that Nintendo has a new official LED security image of itself. .
In addition to the large and high-contrast screen, the switch’s internal memory has been doubled and the speakers have been replaced with newer modules with improved audio features. It also has a lane port and a very stable kick stand on the dock.
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