Nintendo Switch OLED goes through Anatel and is now available for sale in Brazil – Tecnoblog

THE OLED model To Nintendo Switch Close to official arrival in Brazil. An updated version of the hybrid console was certified last Monday (9) Anateli Sold nationwide. The document lists two different versions of the video game that should be available in color options: neon (blue and red) and white.

Nintendo Switch OLED (Photo: Vitor Pádua / Tecnoblog)

The OLED switch released in July 2021 is currently only available in the international market. Due to lack of local stock, import costs and high dollars, An updated console is usually much more expensive – Actually – than the traditional model.

Even with Anateli’s consent, there is still no official OLED Switch price forecast or exact release date yet. It should be noted that, The latest console in the US costs $ 350 – $ 50 (or 14.3%) more expensive than the traditional model, sold for $ 300.

In Brazil, the classic Switch has a suggested price of 3 thousand R $But usually appears in stock for less than R $ 2 thousand.

Using the same percentage increase of the OLED switch at the national price of the classic switch and ignoring possible taxes and exchange rates, we get the possible significance: BRL 3,429. However, this amount may be higher or lower depending on Nintendo’s wishes.

Nintendo Switch OLED Homologation Certificate at Anatel (Image: Reproduction / Tecnoblog)
Nintendo Switch OLED Homologation Certificate at Anatel (Image: Reproduction / Tecnoblog)

The OLED Switch will upgrade Nintendo’s hybrid console

The OLED Switch is an upgrade of the classic model hardware. The main difference between the consoles, as the name suggests, is OLED screen. In addition to showing images in brighter colors and greater brightness, the panel is slightly larger: it is 7 inches instead of the 6.2 inches of the previous edition.

Despite the larger screen, the body of the device has not undergone many changes, allowing players to use the same Joy-Cons as the older model. The OLED model also has enhanced rear support, audio enhancements, more internal storage – 64 GB instead of 32 GB – and an upgraded dock with a network cable port.

When running games, the Switch OLED works identically to other versions of the hybrid console, both in manual and TV mode. Maintains graphics chip and RAM. Battery life also remains the same, it can last from 4.5 to 9 hours without socket.

Collaborator: Everton Favretto.

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