Samsung Display has introduced its latest OLED technology-based products at the 2021 SID Display Week, the world’s biggest display exhibition.
At SID (Society for Information Display), which started online this Friday, Samsung has unveiled its next-generation OLED products with the tagline “Better life thru Samsung OLED”.
The virtual event has a long list of industry heavyweights, including Samsung’s rival LG Display, BOE, JDI Display, TCL, Tianma, AU Optronics, and many others.
Samsung’s products on display at SID 2021
A multi-foldable mobile display that can be unfolded to 7.2 inches. It can be folded twice, both in and out to be sized like a regular smartphone.
A foldable display that can be increased to 17 inches with a 4:3 aspect ratio and can be folded to be tablet-sized, offering both options and a larger screen.
A display that can be slid horizontally to expand screen size for multitasking, offering additional display area while maintaining a smartphone’s form factor.
Under Panel Camera:
A front-facing camera for mobile devices which are located at the bottom display panel to achieve a real full-screen experience without distracting notches.
Samsung Display CEO JS Choi said that the company’s focus was on delivering high-quality viewing experiences to customers across devices, which is critical given the recent growth of remote work and non-face-to-face communication.
The company, which developed OLED technology in 2007, now has nearly a quarter of the display market and over half of the smartphone market.
“Samsung Display will keep developing various self-luminous technologies including OLED, QD, and LED. It will take the lead in growing the market by providing display solutions in various sizes ranging 1-inch to 200-inch,” Choi added.
Additionally, Choi claimed that Samsung is innovating display technology for electric vehicles.