Samsung Starts Mass Production of 90Hz OLED Panels for Laptops

Samsung OLED laptop

OLED panels offer great colours, deeper blacks, and the viewing angles are great too. Samsung has started mass producing 90Hz OLED panels, the company posted on its Samsung Display Newsroom.

OLED panels were implemented in the recently announced ASUS ZenBook and VivoBook Pro laptops. Samsung gained a lot of attention for these high refresh rate 90Hz OLED panels from several laptop manufacturers.

If you are not familiar with what high refresh is, the refresh rate of the monitor refers to how many times per second can your display render a new image. If the refresh rate is 90Hz it means your monitor will refresh the image 90 times in a second which is a lot more when compared to the standard 60Hz that will refresh an image for only 60 times. To know more about display technologies and what different panels offer read our article:

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Samsung conducted some internal tests and according to them 90Hz OLED panel showed a blur length of 0.9mm, a 10 percent improvement when compared to a 120Hz LCD panel’s blur length in video playback. Shorter blur length means less motion blur and clearer movement when watching videos.

Samsung starts making 90Hz OLED displays for laptops

The PC BU Product Marketing Center Vice General Manager for ASUS, Y. C. Chen, says, “The demand for laptops is increasing steadily as working from home and remote learning become the new norm, OLED displays can meet consumers’ various needs as they’re using laptops for school, virtual meetings, video streaming, gaming, and more.”

The prices of PC components have been rising constantly for a good time now and many people are shifting towards laptops as you you can get good performance out of laptops these days as they come in with high-end specifications. There are quite a few laptops from various brands that offer OLED displays.

Samsung already manufactures OLED displays for laptops with up to 4K resolution. Now that Samsung will start mass production of these displays, we can hope to see them in a lot more laptops. These are high refresh rate displays, so will probably be on the pricier side but OLED and high refresh rate sure does sound very appealing.

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