Bloomberg released a new report that details Nintendo's plans to release a new Switch model later this year. Said new model is set to be outfitted with Samsung OLED screens, which will offer 4K resolution when paired with a television. The new display\u2019s resolution will be the same as the current Switch and Switch Lite models but has been upgraded from the Switch\u2019s 6.2-inch and Lite\u2019s 5.5-inch size. According to Yoshio Tamura, co-founder of display consultancy DSCC, "The OLED panel will consume less battery, offer higher contrast and possibly faster response time when compared to the Switch\u2019s current liquid-crystal display." They're also less flexible and cheaper to produce than the smartphone standard liquid crystal displays currently in use. Mass production of the seven inch, 720p resolution OLED panels will begin as early as June with an initial monthly target of just under a million units. In July the displays will be shipped to assemblers. Such massive production amounts are a boon to Samsung as market prices have been failing due to excess supply. There has been plenty of buzz and rumors surrounding a new and improved Switch within the gaming community for months now. However Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa previously stated they will not be announcing a newer model "anytime soon." Concerning this recent report, representatives for Nintendo and Samsung Display declined to comment.