According to the United States Intellectual Property Office, Samsung has registered the SAMOLED brand in the smartphone display category. This means that this will be the kind of screen we will see on the Galaxy S11.
Samsung has brought Dynamic AMOLED displays to the market in its latest generation of flagship Galaxy S10. This is an OLED display that supports HDR10 + and has a density of 526 ppi (pixels per inch).
In its next premium smartphone, Samsung renames it SAMOLED again, not to be confused with Super AMOLED. This is also a designation created by Samsung.
In February this year, the screen of the Galaxy S10 was probably the best screen on a smartphone. Later the fight for the highest refresh rate began, and Samsung lost a throne to return to.
Screen refresh rate should increase on Galaxy S11
What is expected from the new screen is that Samsung is at its level, and is able to offer us the best panel on the market. It seems that it will keep the hole in the screen, but move it to the center zone, like the Galaxy Note 10. In addition, a refresh rate that goes beyond 60Hz is also expected.
The screen is probably one of the top points of interest in Samsung's flagship. No wonder the South Korean manufacturer manufactures most displays premium smartphones, and it is hoped that the news of this SAMOLED goes well beyond its name.
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