Nintendo will not comment on the Switch Pro rumors but is gearing up for another successful year. Bloomberg editors in March reported information about a more productive version of the hybrid console with an OLED screen.
Now the Universal Display Corporation has started talking about the device, stressing that it will receive the specified display. President and CEO Stephen W. Abramson confirmed in the latest financial statement that Nintendo has decided to use an OLED screen for the “new Switch Pro” for the first time.
Universal Display Corporation not only manufactures, but also licenses OLED screens, a manufacturer of LED technology and materials, and a provider of display and lighting services for the industry. Therefore, we can assume that the company is well aware of the state of the market and has information about who will use this type of screen in the near future.
Interesting to see Universal Display Corp mention the reports around Nintendo choosing OLED for their Switch Pro in their Q1 investors call pic.twitter.com/RUrJ0qvBiA
— Spawn Wave (@SpawnWaveMedia) May 10, 2021
Interestingly, the list of companies partnering with Universal Display Corporation includes Samsung, which, according to a Bloomberg report, will be involved in OLED production for the Nintendo Switch Pro.
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