South Korean giant Samsung recently launched its flagship smartphones, and the company may now be gearing up to launch a laptop on the market, but with a world-first feature – a 90Hz refresh rate OLED display.
This new type of display is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2021. Joo Sun Choi, CEO of Samsung Display, said the project was initially to manufacture very large quantities of 14-inch 90Hz OLED displays for laptops and computers. laptops, from March.
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Samsung Display, a subsidiary of Samsung that manufactures display technologies, believes consumers will quickly embrace the idea of OLED displays offering a 90Hz refresh rate, even though OLED panels require the use of high specifications. Graphic card.
With a 90Hz refresh rate, the image is rendered 90 times per second, and thanks to this fast on-the-move refresh rate update, smoother visuals are possible. Additionally, OLED displays are able to switch between displays much faster than LCD displays with the same refresh rate.
So, OLED displays can make gaming and watching movies a more vibrant and enjoyable experience without compromise, the company claims. Samsung also adds that the company’s 90Hz OLED display offers high-speed driving that is actually comparable to 120Hz LCD screens. Once Samsung launches this laptop, we expect more companies are following suit, as has happened in the smartphone space.
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