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Samsung produces OLED screens for laptops


Samsung has announced plans to produce the world's first OLED screens designed for laptops with an update rate of 90 Hz.

The new screens are supposed to be an alternative to existing laptop screens that offer an update rate of 60 Hz.

The company says many global IT companies are expected to launch models with new screens this year.

Manufacturing begins in March in very large quantities, the company says in a statement attributed to CEO Choi Joo-sun.

The new screens are up to 14 inches in size, although Samsung has not provided details on specifications, such as display-to-height or precision ratio, and multiple versions can be available.

Samsung cites the faster response time for its OLED screens, claiming practically the same amount of camouflage as an LCD with an update rate of 120 Hz when viewing fast-moving content.

In today's statement, the company did not mention any potential laptop partners.

OLED screens are not unknown in laptops, but they are not common at all.

A very small selection of gaming laptops provide this type of screen as an additional option, but you should give up high refresh rates.

Although Samsung launched the OLED-equipped Galaxy Chromebook last year, this year's version instead uses a QLED-branded LCD screen.

Samsung is the world's largest seller of OLED screens, so today's announcement indicates that OLED-screen laptops are likely to become more common this year.

OLED monitors can meet the diverse needs of consumers for laptops used for remote work, online education, video streaming, and gaming.

These screens are helping to bring about a major shift in the market, as Samsung is working closely with global manufacturers to achieve a new level of excellence in laptop update rates starting this year.