One of the Switch OLED’s main assets is its 7-inch OLED display, which offers better picture quality than the Switch Lite’s 5.5-inch LCD. The colors are brighter and the contrast sharper, making games more immersive and fun. However, if you value portability and lightness, the Switch Lite with its smaller screen might be a better choice.
The Switch OLED battery offers similar battery life to the Switch Lite, with an estimated lifespan of between 4.5 and 9 hours, depending on usage and gaming. The Switch Lite has a slightly longer battery life than the traditional Switch, ranging from 3 to 7 hours. If autonomy is an important criterion for you, the two consoles are equal and the choice will depend more on your preferences in terms of screen and functionality.
The Switch OLED has 64GB of internal storage, which is double the 32GB that the Switch Lite offers. This difference can be a deciding factor if you plan to download a lot of digital games to your console. However, it is possible to increase the storage capacity of both devices using a microSD card, which may reduce the significance of this difference for some users.
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