Anti-glare certification has been granted to OLED panels for Samsung laptops

Anti-glare certification has been granted to OLED panels for Samsung laptops

The “halo” effect appears on OLED displays when the outline of the bright subject in an image with sharp contrast appears white. This is because an LCD display, even with local dimming set to on, cannot adjust the backlight brightness of the edges. Moreover, LCDs are not known to produce deep blacks.

When it comes to premium screens, Samsung is the world’s top. Samsung has added another feather to its cap by announcing that its OLED screens for laptops have been certified as “Halo Free” by UL, a global leader in safety science. The glare-free and sharp picture quality attributes of Samsung’s laptop OLED display earned it this accreditation.

Highlights

  • This is far from the only certification that Samsung’s laptop OLED displays have received. Last month, they picked up the Eye Care Display Certification from SGS. It signified that these displays have low emissions of blue light that can be harmful to our eyes. When compared to conventional LCD panels, Samsung’s OLED panels for laptops emit almost a third less blue light, which is incredible.

  • Samsung has the best laptop OLED panels in the business
    So, because the light is controlled by zone and not by pixels, light leaking might occur, ultimately causing dimmed areas to appear hazy, thus creating the ‘halo’ effect. According to Samsung’s internal evaluation, its self-luminous OLED displays showed a halation (which is a light-blurring degree) of 0.00% even when observed from 45 and 60-degree viewing angles. Thus, making the Samsung OLED display “halo free”.

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