Sony reportedly monitoring Nintendo’s strategy.
The upcoming Nintendo Switch OLED, a revised version of Nintendo’s hybrid system with an upgraded screen and other minor adjustments, will be a particularly interesting hardware launch for companies across the industry.
As has already been well documented, the Switch OLED will retail at a price point $50 USD higher than the original model, despite the fact that it fails to offer any true performance improvements over that machine. A report has recently suggested that the new OLED model only costs Nintendo around $10 more to produce per unit, however, meaning that the company looks set to gain an extra $40 gross per sale should the console be a success.
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