Samsung Display Plans To Start A Trend Of 90Hz OLED Screens For PCs
Samsung Display has announced its intentions to mass-produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED screens designed for laptops. The company says that “several global IT companies” will expectedly release models with the new panels this year.
It aims to begin manufacturing “very large quantities” of the screens in March 2021 according to CEO Choi Joo-sun. OLED screens aren’t popular in laptops, at the same time they do exist. Some gaming laptops offer OLED displays as an option, however, it may mean that they would be trading off high refresh rates.
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Even Samsung itself launched an OLED-equipped Galaxy Chromebook in 2020. It backtracked in the 2021 follow up, choosing to use a cheaper QLED-branded LCD display instead.
Samsung Display hasn’t given details on specs like aspect ratio or resolution yet, but the panels are to be 14 inches in size. It’s also possible that there will be multiple versions available as per The Verge. Samsung claims that the screen will have “practically” the same amount of blurring as a 120Hz LCD when displaying fast-moving content.
It is very likely that this is the beginning of a new trend in PCs. Samsung is the world’s biggest vendor of OLED display panels, and this means that the announcement is a sign of things to come for PCs. It did not name any potential partners on this project.
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