The OLED Switch will not arrive in Mexico and Latin America in October |  Atomix

The OLED Switch will not arrive in Mexico and Latin America in October | Atomix

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The OLED Switch will not arrive in Mexico and Latin America in October |  Atomix

By Sebastian Quiroz
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07/6/2021 11:12 am

The Nintendo switch OLED will arrive in the United States and a large part of the international market on October 8. However, in Mexico and Latin America the story will be different. The long-awaited console will be available in our region on an unspecified date.

According to a Nintendo representative for Mexico, The new model of the Switch will be available in our country at some point during the Christmas season. At the moment there is no exact date or suggested price. Regarding the rest of Latin America, the Big N does not yet offer a launch window for the console.

Considering that the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S arrived in Mexico on par with the rest of the world, the fact that Nintendo decides to launch the OLED Switch at a later date is a rather strange decision, although it is very likely that the limitations of the pandemic are responsible on this occasion.

Regarding its price, the direct conversion of the $ 349 dollars would be $ 7 thousand pesos, but considering taxes and other aspects, this number is very likely to rise to $ 10,000, at the very least.

The Nintendo Switch OLED will be available on October 8 in much of the world, but not in Mexico and Latin America. In related topics, the Big N has confirmed that this model does not offer an improved CPU. Similarly, these are the technical details of the console.

The OLED Switch will not arrive in Mexico and Latin America in October |  Atomix

Via: Nintendo Representation for Mexico

Nintendo confirms that the OLED Switch does not offer a better CPU or more RAM

The OLED Switch will not arrive in Mexico and Latin America in October |  Atomix

Sebastian Quiroz

24 years. Editor at Atomix.vg. Consumer of pop culture.

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