Nintendo's next-generation Switch, the Switch Pro, isn't due out until next year, but it could be sporting a new Mini-LED display upon arrival. The new tech would be supplied by Taiwanese panel manufacturer Innolux, according to a report in Economic Daily News.
The Mini-LED technology is meant to improve contrast ratios and produce deeper blacks when compared with LCD panels lit with regular LEDs. The technology also appears in last year's TV. Essentially, the tiny lights could ultimately mean -- making your screen more colorful, bright and sharp.
The report of a better display fits with the, like 48-hour battery life and 4K upscaling.
If Nintendo does choose to use Innolux, it'd signal a potential break from major Japanese manufacturers Sharp and Japan Display Inc.
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