Samsung Display To Shortly Start Working On Next Generation 800ppi OLED Screens

A new statement from South Korea claims that Samsung will shortly start working on its seventh-generation 800ppi OLED Screens. The transit is said to give Samsung Display, which is the display arm of the company, an addition to its competitors. The investor citing an interpreter reports that the seventh-generation OLED panels from Samsung will feature an impressive 800ppi pixel density. Lately, Samsung has launched Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ with the Bixby Virtual Assistant.

The analyst has claimed that the company’s new A4 production line will start production “as early as in the second quarter next year,” and is likely to be equipped to produce the seventh-generation OLED panels.

The statement quotes Yi Choong-hoon, CEO UBI Research, a display investigation company, “Its smaller rivals will be catching up with Samsung in production volume of sixth-generation OLED panels in the coming years. Samsung is anticipated to turn its eyes to the bigger seventh-generation OLED panels for better productivity.”


Samsung is projected to turn its eyes to the bigger seventh-generation OLED panels for better productivity

The new OLED panel is widely rumoured to debut on the company’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 8 smartphone. “Samsung Display has proceeded research to diversify its OLED portfolio to include foldable OLED, chip-on-plastic OLED, and 800ppi high-resolution OLED. With the conceivable production of seventh-generation panels, it would continue to maintain its dominant market position for years,” he added.

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Based on preliminary statements, the Galaxy Note 8 is said to feature with the dual sports cameras and come with a 12-megapixel wide-angle CIS supporting dual photodiode, and a 13-megapixel telephoto CIS. It will support 3X optical zoom, go with dual 6P lenses, and support dual OIS as well. It is also said to arrive with a 6.4-inch QHD+ OLED display, and it will sport a rear thumbprint sensor as well.

Samsung’s Continuity Display may be earning appreciation from reviewers and users beyond markets, but the panel was plagued with a ‘Red Tint’ display issue. The company has now strengthened that it will roll out an modernize to fix the problem.

Author: hareshperiyasamy

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