According to the latest news, Samsung is reported to start working on its seventh-generation OLED panels. This move, however, is expected to serve as a booster to Samsung’s Display which in turn will give the company an upper hand against its competitors.
Further, the seventh-generation OLED panels from Samsung will sport an impressive 800ppi pixel density.
Also, the report claims that the company’s new A4 production line will begin production as early as in the second quarter of next year and is likely to be equipped to roll out the seventh-generation OLED panels.
With the South Korean electronics giants looking to turn its eyes to the larger seventh-generation OLED panels for better productivity, we can all agree that the company will have no competition as far as ‘’Display Panels’’ are concerned.
Further, the new OLED panel is widely expected to roll out with the company’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 handset.
Based on previous leaks, the Galaxy Note 8 is said to come with dual cameras – a 12-megapixel wide-angle CIS supporting dual photodiode, and a 13-megapixel telephoto CIS.
The device’s camera will support 3X optical zoom, come with dual 6P lenses, as well as a support for dual OIS. The handset is also rumored to feature a 6.4-inch QHD+ OLED display, and a rear fingerprint sensor as well.
Samsung’s Infinity Display may be receiving a lot of appreciation from reviewers and users across markets but the panel was recently plagued with a ‘Red tint’ display issue. Nevertheless, the company has now disclosed that it will push out an update to fix the issue as soon as possible.