Nintendo Switch OLED lacks Bluetooth headphone support — and that’s just embarrassing


The Nintendo Switch OLED is not the Switch Pro. Apart from the updated OLED screen, better speakers and more adjustable kickstand, the internal specifications are identical to the current Switch, only at a $50 markup. 

But Nintendo’s insistence on doing the least amount of work possible butts heads with current consumer expectations. Heck, it even butts heads with expectations from a decade prior, as the Nintendo Switch OLED will seemingly not support Bluetooth headset connectivity. That’s a a feature you’ll find in the PSP Go — which came out a dozen years ago in 2009.

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