With the smartphone industry rapidly evolving towards higher refresh rate displays, Samsung Display announced Thursday its plans to mass produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED screens designed for laptops. According to The Verge, several global IT companies are expected to release their models with these new panels installed this year. Company CEO Choi Joo-sun said in a statement that production of these 90Hz OLED displays will be done in “very large quantities”, starting in March.
While there isn’t an official word from Samsung Display regarding specs like aspect ratio and resolution, according to The Verge, it’s possible there will be more than one version of these OLED screens with higher refresh rate. Typically, Samsung claims that its current batch of OLED screens have virtually the same level of blur as that of a 120Hz LCD screen, when viewing fast-moving content. Although OLED displays are not a common trend in the laptop market, however, this is not entirely unheard of. In fact, a large number of gaming laptops offer OLED screens as a customizable option, the trade-off being the lower refresh rate than LCD screens offer.
Samsung Display is the largest OLED screen provider in the world. Hence, this latest announcement suggests that laptops with OLED displays are likely to become much more common in 2021. (ANI)
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- With the smartphone industry rapidly evolving towards higher refresh rate displays, Samsung Display announced Thursday its plans to mass produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED screens designed for laptops.
- Samsung Display for mass production of 90 Hz OLED screens for laptops