One of the big changes Nintendo made with the Switch OLED is one that you may not notice the first time you pick it up: the screen is made of glass rather than plastic like it was on the original Switch and the Switch Lite did.
The reason you may not be aware of this fact when using the console is because Nintendo put a very discreet “anti-stray adhesive” over the glass that prevents it from shattering into thousands of dangerous parts breaks. It also offers protection from scratches.
These prepackaged screen protectors are quite common on other glass display devices – such as smartphones and tablets – and Nintendo advises that you might want to use your own protection. it will happily sit on the anti-scatter sheet.
However, Nintendo insists that you never, ever try to remove the film yourself, and even go so far as to include a warning in the console’s instruction manual.
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