The Samsung display has actually announced plans to mass_produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED screens designed for Laptops and says that several global IT Companies are expected to release models with the new panels this year.
The manufacturing of this product will begin in March, and it will be produced in large quantities, the company made a statement attributed to CEO Choi_Joo_sun.
These Panels are 14_inch in size, although Samsung display has not given details on specs like aspect ratio or resolution; it is equally possible that there will be multiple versions available.
As it stands Samsung does not cite the faster response time of its OLED panels, claiming practically the same amount of blurring as a 120Hz LCD when displaying fast-moving content.
There are no potential laptop OEM partners that were named in the statement.
Now OLED displays are not unheard of the Laptops, but they are not at all commonplace. It is true that quite a few gaming laptops offer them as an option, the trade-off there is what you’ve had to give up on high refresh rates.
And regardless of that Samsung itself launching an OLEDB_equipped Galaxy Chromebook last year, the 2021 follow-up uses a cheaper QLED branded LCD display instead.
Currently, with the trends, Samsung is the world’s biggest vendor of OLED display panels, apparently, the announcement today suggests that OLED laptops are likely to become much more of a common sight this year.