According to news on February 2, not long ago, Samsung Display demonstrated an OLED display that can be clearly and brightly displayed in an outdoor environment.
It is reported that Samsung’s new OLED display has been launched on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The screen has been certified by the global safety science company UL for its excellent “sunlight visibility”.
After UL testing the two factors that affect the outdoor visibility of the display, color gamut and brightness, it was found that in an outdoor environment, the color gamut of Samsung’s new OLED meets 73% of the DCI-P3 standard, and the maximum brightness exceeds 1500 nits.
In addition, the person in charge of Samsung Display said: In the 5G era, it is very important that the screen can have bright and clear image quality in any environment, whether indoors or outdoors.
Samsung OLED is a very suitable display for mobile devices in the 5G era, and it will provide consumers with new value.
Of course, in addition to having excellent outdoor display effects, compared with previous OLEDs, Samsung’s new OLED can significantly improve luminous efficiency, and can reduce power consumption by more than 16% when used in smartphones.
It is understood that OLED uses organic light-emitting materials to express colors. In the absence of a backlight, organic materials can emit light when they are powered on. Therefore, the luminous efficiency of organic materials can greatly affect the display’s color gamut, brightness, HDR, outdoor visibility and power consumption.
By developing new organic materials, Samsung Display increases the speed at which electrons can move in the organic material layer, thereby greatly improving luminous efficiency.
This means the new material can emit brighter light while consuming less power.
With the rapid development of 5G networks, watching dramas and watching short videos has become our daily basic operation, and Samsung’s new OLED screen can not only bring users excellent display effects, but also help users improve the battery life of smartphones.
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