According to the latest reports, the "Nintendo Switch Pro" console is real and it packs some pretty impressive features including a 720p OLED screen, Nvidia DLSS, better CPU and more memory among other things.
Bloomberg's Takashi Mochizuki reports that Nintendo Switch 2 or Nintendo Switch Pro console is indeed real and it's coming later this year. The report states that Nintendo plan to adopt an upgraded Nvidia chip with better graphics and processing power for the new model planned for the year-end shopping season.
Additionally, the console will feature Nvidia's tech DLSS just like the rumours suggested. DLSS is a remarkable new rendering tech that uses deep learning to deliver much better performance in games and potentially push 4K resolution when the console is plugged into a TV.
There's also Samsung's 7-inch OLED display, which was already rumoured before.
Here's the breakdown of Nintendo Switch Pro details, features and hardware:
- Release later this year
- 7-inch, 720p OLED screen
- Nvidia DLSS equipped
- Better CPU, more memory
- A lot of games
- $399.99 price tag
Nintendo are yet to officially announce the console or comment on this report so take it with a grain of salt until that happens. That being said, it's safe to say that the console is indeed real and will be coming soon, which is certainly exciting news for all Switch fans.