Nintendo Switch 2: no Oled screen, but no shortage

Predicted for release in April, Nintendo's new console should produce more than 10 million copies in its first year.

After questioning his sources within the supply chain of the Switch 2 console, Japanese analyst Hiroshi Hayase from Omdia (reported by Bloomberg) tells us more about Nintendo's future new console.

Nintendo Switch 2, 10 million units by March 31, 2025££££

We thus learn that the machine will be equipped with an 8'' (20.32 cm) LCD screen, and that Oled technology would arrive on a future version, like on the original Switch. Purpose of the maneuver, to reduce costs to ensure a decent selling price, which should be around 400 dollars. Also, for the fiscal year starting on April 1, 2024 and ending on March 31, 2025, more than 10 million units will be produced, thus avoiding the shortages that affected the Switch at the time.