The South Korean conglomerate Samsung is well-known for its expertise in OLED manufacturing. The company has used the displays in its flagship Galaxy series. Additionally, Apple is one of the major clients for OLED displays. According to some recent pieces of information, the company might use OLED displays in its cheaper series.
Better visuals are provided by OLED screens
Notably, the OLED displays don’t rely on a backlight in order to turn on or off. The resulting images feature rich contrast and deeper blacks that use zero power. Overall, battery usage is reduced with OLED panels. In addition to Apple, Samsung Display provides OLED displays to Sony and LG that are used for their TVs. Over the years, the company has refined the manufacturing process of cost-effective OLED displays. With this new implementation, even more customers will have access to their OLED screens and improved images.
OLED displays might be used with Galaxy A series phones
The Elec claims that the company will use rigid OLED display panels with the budget-friendly Galaxy A series. Reports suggest that the Galaxy A15 is one of the devices that will use the OLED panel. Furthermore, the smartphone is expected to launch with 4G and 5G versions. This implies that customers may now have the newest technology on even Samsung phones that are the least expensive.
The same is observed with another budget smartphone, i.e., the Galaxy A24. It features an OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate in contrast to the standard 60Hz refresh rate. The company intends to make a big impact with all of its products. Such a move could be exemplary for other smartphone companies. We can expect a shift to OLED displays with every smartphone in the future.
The A2 line of Samsung Displays is used for the manufacturing of rigid OLED displays that are cost-effective. They can be used in budget-friendly devices. With an estimated operating rate of more than 90%, Samsung is ready for OLED to take the lead in the market. Going forward, perhaps consumers purchasing new phones will have a lot more options thanks to this.
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