Through Bloomberg, information has again been leaked about the Switch Pro, the improved version of the Switch that supports 4K output to your TV, among other things. According to that website, this requires better hardware than in the current model, which means that the Switch Pro includes a faster CPU and more memory.
According to insiders, the Switch Pro also supports Nvidia’s DLSS (deep learning supersampling) technology. With this, images with a lower resolution are upscaled via AI. That way, the Switch Pro could more easily broadcast in 4K without requiring too much computing power.
Older Switch games may also be able to use that technology. All that extra technology probably comes at a price. Analysts expect the Switch Pro to be $ 50 to $ 100 more expensive than the current model.
The release of the new console would still be before the end of this year. For now, however, it remains to wait for confirmation from Nintendo about its existence. In the meantime, however, it continues to rain rumors. This month, Bloomberg revealed through the same sources that the Switch Pro has a 720p OLED screen.