A Sharp-produced video shows off IGZO's advantages over traditional amorphous silicon TFT displays.

Nintendo will partner with Sharp to put the company's IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) displays in the Switch, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

The Journal reported back in March that Sharp was set to be a new supplier for the Switch's display technology, which is currently a silicon display provided by Taiwanese suppliers. Now, Executive Vice President Katsuaki Nomura says the company will be providing IGZO displays to "a video game client," according to the Journal.

It's not clear if the new display technology will show up in the portable-only Switch Lite (due in September), the new standard Switch model with improved battery life (coming this month), or both.

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