No Joy-Con drift fix in sight with Switch OLED model
Nintendo still does not appear to have addressed the design flaws leading to so-called Joy-Con drift, and that means controllers sold alongside the new Switch OLED model can still exhibit the issue.
The new Switch OLED model includes a new, bigger screen that keeps the resolution at 1280×720 but offers improved color reproduction, while the new dock includes an ethernet port. Switch OLED will launch in October at $349.99/£309.99.
Same old: “Configuration and functionality did not change with Nintendo Switch (OLED model),” according to Nintendo, who only vaguely acknowledged that they are “aware of reports” of Joy-Con drift.
Autumn: The new Switch OLED model hits shelves on October 8th and various retailers have already opened pre-orders. Nintendo is currently involved in three class-action lawsuits concerning Joy-Con drift, which probably explains the company's reluctance to discuss the issue in public.
If you've experienced joy-con drifting issues, you can report it on Nintendo's support site.