Four years have now passed since the Nintendo Switch first launched. Since then, we have seen other games consoles receive hefty upgrades, with the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X replacing Sony and Microsoft's respective last-gen consoles.
As the gap between these consoles has grown, many have predicted Nintendo is set to launch an upgraded Switch model - also known as the Nintendo Switch Pro.
We've not heard much from Nintendo about the alleged Switch Pro, but a recent report from Bloomberghas given us some insight into what to expect...
Bigger screen, same resolution
According to Bloomberg, the upgraded Switch will feature a 7-inch OLED screen produced by Samsung. This will be slightly larger than the 6.2-inch LCD screen the Switch currently uses.
The site reported that these OLED screens could start production in June before shipping for assembly in July.
Yoshio Tamura, the co-founder of display consultancy firm DSCC commented: "The OLED panel will consume less battery, offer higher contrast and possibly faster response time when compared to the Switch’s current liquid-crystal display."
However, due to concerns surrounding the battery with an upgraded model, the screen will still run at a 720p resolution when in handheld mode, rather than upgrading to 1080p.
4K support when docked
Despite the 720p resolution when docked, Bloomberg also reported that the upgraded Switch will support 4K resolutions when connected to a TV via the Switch dock.
While this will certainly be great news for those wanting to play the likes of Breath of the Wild 2 in Ultra-HD, Bloomberg pointed out this could "intensify a longstanding complaint of developers" who now face an even larger resolution divide between the Switch's docked and undocked modes.
4K support for the Switch Pro has been heavily rumoured for a while now, with the latest rumour suggesting it could also support NVIDIA's DLSS technology.