Samsung has just released its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S20, which, according to a variety of professionally tested screen scientists, uses the best OLED screen technology available today, according tomedia reports. Until then, the scientists say, the IPhone 11 Pro has the best OLED screen. Back a few months ago, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s screen technology was the best in the phone, and even better than the Galaxy S10 series. Of course, the Galaxy S10 has a better screen than the previous iPhone XS.
Pictured: Samsung’s latest smartphone, the Galaxy S20 Ultra
Samsung is the world’s best company to produce OLED screens, including the iPhone OLED panel, which was made to meet Apple’s needs. Most of Apple’s screens are commissioned by Samsung, but not all of them, because LG is also its supplier, and other suppliers want to get involved.
But Samsung produces the best OLED screens for mobile phones and has the largest market share, especially in the lucrative iPhone business. It’s safe to say that the iPhone 12 will have at least as good a screen as the Galaxy S20.
Samsung Display has just announced a 5G-enabled optimization for OLED screens, which is a good marketing stunt for the company, using 5G as a selling point for OLED screens. Of course, the screen has nothing to do with 5G coverage, reception or data speed, but it does have a feature that will benefit 5G phones and all other devices.
The screen consumes 15 percent less power, according to a certification from The U.S. security certification agency, Security Testing Laboratories. Samsung Display said the average power of the 5G OLED screen fell from 1.5W to 1.3W. This is good news for 5G devices, as providing 5G connectivity consumes more power.
Samsung said its new OLED screen should also have a healthier advantage over its previous product, with a 6.5 per cent blue light ratio, down from 7.5 per cent last year, based on tests by Swiss notary Societe Generale de Surveillance.
Samsung Display did not say which companies would use the OLED panels, and it did not even confirm whether the Galaxy S20 was using the new OLED screen. But many of the flagship products to be launched in 2020 are likely to use this specially designed screen, whether or not they support 5G. Of course, this may also be Apple’s iPhone 12 choice.
This is the second hardware details this week about the next generation of iPhones. A few days ago, Samsung announced that it would produce 12 GB and 16 GB LPDDR5 memory for phones and tablets. While Apple is unlikely to achieve such a huge RAM leap, the iPhone 12 could use at least 6 GB of RAM.