Samsung Display, one of the largest display manufacturers in the world, today introduced a new OLED display specially developed for 5G smartphones. Dominating over 90 percent of the mobile OLED display market, the South Korean company intends to further strengthen its market power.
Samsung Display, a display subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, introduced the new OLED display optimized for smartphones that support the next generation network technology 5G. The panels, where blue light emissions are reduced and lower power consumption is achieved, has ‘Eye Care Display’ certificate from SGS, the world’s leading surveillance, inspection, test and certification company.
Also approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), an independent product safety certification agency, the new OLED display technology emits a fairly reasonable value of 6.5 percent blue light. This rate was 7.5 percent in OLED panels, which were launched last year.
The power consumption of the new OLED display according to UL has decreased by 15 percent compared to its predecessor. Tests revealed that the screen reduces power consumption for functions such as taking pictures or surfing the Internet from 1.5W to 1.3W.
Samsung Display’s signature is also on the panels of the new generation flagship series Galaxy S20. Smartphones with Eye Care certified screens with 120Hz refresh rate offer an immense visual experience.
The South Korean company dominates over 90 percent of the mobile OLED display market. Continuing to develop products that other screen manufacturers have not yet made, Samsung is strengthening its dominant position in the market every year. Seoul-based technology giant announced that the ‘Ultra Thin Glass’ used for the folding screen of Galaxy Z Flip, which it introduced at the Unpacked 2020 event on February 11, can be produced in series for different foldable devices and screen sizes.