Samsung is no longer the only manufacturer of LTPO OLED panels in the world

It seems that Samsung is going to find some competitors in the field of producing displays with LTPO OLED panel soon.

BingMag.com Samsung is no longer the only manufacturer of LTPO OLED panels in the world

It seems that Samsung is going to find some competitors in the field of producing displays with LTPO OLED panel soon.

Currently, phones such as The Galaxy S22 Ultra, S21 Ultra, iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, Google Pixel 6 Pro and Xiaomi 12 Pro use Samsung LTPO OLED displays. For several years now, only Samsung has been producing such displays, but it looks like it will soon find a very serious competitor.

According to a recent report, phones like the Honor Magic 4 and Magic 4 Pro are the first phones that, although the type of panel used in them is LTPO OLED, but Samsung has not been responsible for making them. According to Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, the companies that have produced high-quality displays for the new handsets are BOE and Visionox.

BingMag.com Samsung is no longer the only manufacturer of LTPO OLED panels in the world

The new flagships of the Chinese company have a 6.81-inch display with OLED panel and QHD + resolution, in which the maximum brightness reaches a very good number of 1000 nits. The panel also has the ability to reproduce and display more than 1 billion colors. It also supports excellent HDR10 + standard and 120Hz refresh rate. Since it is an OLED type panel, it decided to install a fingerprint sensor under it so that in terms of display, its new flagships are completely up to date and on par with the best on the market.

Of course, this new display is as big as a display that Samsung has produced no brightness for the Galaxy S22 Ultra (100 vs. 1750 nits), but it can be considered a good sign for the Chinese company BOE, which in its first experience in making such a panel, managed to reach a maximum of 1000 nits and even higher. Find. We will definitely see more progress from this company in the future, and this is where the Samsung Display department must do its best to avoid this competition. Because if the BOE reaches for Samsung's technologies, it will definitely be a problem for the Korean company because of its good pricing policy.

However, according to the latest news about Samsung's plans to produce a quality display, we find that By 2023, Korea wants to equip its tablets with a dual-layer display (unlike current single-layer models). Not only is this display much brighter than current models, it is even said to be 4 times more durable. So even if the BOE can catch up with Samsung, the Korean giant is more likely to have invented more advanced technology by then.

Source: SamMobile

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