The Nintendo Switch OLED isn’t up for pre-order yet, but that hasn’t stopped retailers from listing it in advance for eager buyers. In case you missed it, Nintendo’s latest console comes with either a white color scheme or a red and blue one.
The Nintendo Switch OLED White features a shimmery white, nearly silver dock and Joy-Cons to match. On the other hand, the red/blue model looks almost just like the average Nintendo Switch. It comes with a black stand and a pair of red and blue Joy-Cons like its predecessor. The only difference might be the wider stand. We go further into what the Nintendo Switch OLED means for the future and how it compares to other consoles in our in-depth analysis.
Here’s the round-up of current listings for both the white and red/blue models. They might not be available for pre-order now, but they will be later.
Nintendo Switch OLED in White:
Nintendo Switch OLED in Neon Red and Neon Blue:
You can keep track on your own, too. For example, Best Buy also offers pre-order email notifications. That way, when pre-orders go live, customers can add the Nintendo Switch OLED to their cart without needing to check any other website. Best Buy also listed what appears to be a Nintendo Switch screen protector and carrying case for the OLED model.
It’s unclear exactly when the pre-orders will go live. Probably be in the next few weeks, considering the Nintendo Switch OLED launches on October 8, 2021.
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