The Nintendo Switch OLED comes standard with a screen protector, and Nintendo suggests that users do not remove it under any circumstances.
The latest version of Nintendo’s hybrid is already in the hands of many players, even taking advantage of the long-awaited release of Metroid Dread. According to the company, the screen comes equipped with a small, barely noticeable screensaver, so you won’t have to worry about adding a new one.
This is known as “Anti-Scattering Adhesive Film,” which can be loosely translated to “anti-scratch adhesive film” and is not recommended to be removed, information present in the console documentation.
The new model has the same performance as the current Switch versions, featuring a larger screen, improved audio, 64 GB of internal storage, and a LAN input in the base.