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It appears like the redesign of notebook displays is still behind the times. 1080P has only become the standard after the 1366×768 resolution was on the market for several years.
This is the resolution angle, and the state of the LCD has not been shook when it comes to panel content yet. Samsung Display (Samsung Display) recently announced, however, that it plans to launch more than 10 notebook OLED panels this year, double the previous year.
Samsung’s OLED displays for notebook manufacturers cover three resolutions of 4K (UHD, 3840×2160), 2K (QHD, 2560×1440) and 1080P (FHD, 1920×1080), with sizes ranging from 13.3 inches to 15.6 inches. Customers include Razer , HP , Asus , Lenovo, Dell, etc.
OLED panels are claimed to be much thinner than LCD panels, which may lead to thinner and lighter notebooks. It also occupies 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut in terms of image efficiency (LCD is just 74%), the reaction time is lowered to 1/10, and the contrast ratio approaches one million.