Samsung Display is one of the biggest display manufacturer across the globe and as the industry is always setting new standards, the South Korean giant has always more to offer for its partners and customers.
Samsung makes one of the best OLED displays and no one can deny it but OLEDs on laptops haven’t been seen more often than not. So, Samsung Display has announced recently that it will mass-produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED laptops in the first quarter of this year.
Samsung Display Chief Executive Officer Joo Sun Choi said that the company will initially produce very large quantities of 14-inch, 90Hz OLED displays destined for laptops and notebooks, beginning in March.
“OLED display panels can best satisfy the diverse consumer needs for laptops used in telework, online education, video streaming, and gaming,” the company said.
Samsung Display has tested the blur length using the same motion picture of a fast-driving car and found that the image drag of 90Hz OLED and 120Hz high refresh rate LCD screens is 0.9mm and 1mm, respectively. In short, 90Hz OLED screens smear amazingly little, at practically the same rate as a 120Hz LCD.
This is one step forward by Samsung and as OLED displays get more attention, we will definitely see more high-end laptops adopting a 90Hz OLED Laptop Display. This eventually will result in better viewing as well the smoothness of the 90Hz refresh rate on a laptop.
Also, this can reduce the price of OLED displays for laptops down the years as LCDs have stayed quiet for some time. The smartphone industry is shifting to OLED and it’s high time that laptop manufacturers shift to OLED Laptop Displays preferably by Samsung, starting from 2021.