With the launch of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, Samsung received good impression with the installation of Infinity Display. Today, according to the source, The Invester saying that Samsung is reportedly working on a 7th generation AMOLED display. Although prepping for a new OLED portfolio and flexible screens alongside for its next-gen Galaxy devices. Here are the details.
Now, there is a recent suggestion claiming that the South Korean tech giant is well prepared for the release of seventh generation AMOLED display, which also include a high-resolution OLED with 800ppi, a chip-on-plastic OLED and a foldable OLED.
As per the reports, the new AMOLED display will go into production sometime in the second quarter of 2017, which means the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 expected to get a 6.4-inch OLED display matching the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ – sharing their native QHD+ (2560×1440) resolution. Is This What Samsung’s Foldable Phone Look Like [Design]
If anything is to be believed, Samsung’s next Galaxy Note after the Note 7 debacle, the Galaxy Note 8 might be launched at the IFA 2017 in order to compete with the likes of the iPhone 8. There are speculations that the Galaxy Note 8 will be a huge one for Samsung fans out there. Also read: Samsung Rumored To Release Galaxy X With Foldable 4K Display In 2017
Another report surfaced claiming that Samsung is working on foldable smartphones such as Galaxy X and the Galaxy X1. With the “foldable OLED” displays used on those foldable smartphones that are rumored to have a different aspect ratio rather than usual 16:9 that is seen in most devices. Read this: Samsung Holds Patent Of A Foldable Smartphone With Integrated Hologram Projector Features
Apart from using the next-generation OLED portfolio on its own smartphones line, Samsung Display is also a major supplier of such OLED panels to Apple as the new iPhone 8. Rumors already speak about the next iPhone 8 device, which will be the anniversary edition and will feature an OLED display that might be a reason for its delay.