Samsung shipped 95% of OLED displays this quarter

13 June, 2016
OLED is becoming an increasingly popular choice not just for phones, but for TVs as well.

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  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 14 Jun 2016By having more than one factory you genius... facepalm.pngThey said
" I mean either they need like 65 super factories or 5266 of the older factories more just to hit what they did before this big demand from Apple on OLED screens. The math dont add up 😜 "

you genius... facepalm. Learn to read

  • Anonymous

Dual heatpipes, 14 Jun 2016You are talking about the cheaper LCD screen, I know the ch... moreNo. You are both wrong.
Even the highest quality of LCD tend to have blueishbor yellowish displays and offset colors.

Its called calibration. Almsot all displays are calibrated to have a high "blue" white point. And sometimes a more lower "yellow" white point. And usually exaggerated colors.
Most are not fine tuned for accuracy.

And its the same with Oled. Just some panels of both types, especially and most pertaining to smasunga flagship oleds, are calibrated for accuracy

  • AnonD-491313

AnonD-442781, 16 Jun 2016Why would I bother checking videos? Its obviously easier to... moreNevertheless, they said and i quote "The same display used in the GS7 Edge".

  • AnonD-442781

AnonD-491313, 16 Jun 2016You checked badly then. Not videos, reviews.Why would I bother checking videos? Its obviously easier to read the written hands on reviews.

  • AnonD-491313

AnonD-442781, 16 Jun 2016I checked and neither says its the same. There's no way to ... moreYou checked badly then. Not videos, reviews.

  • AnonD-442781

AnonD-491313, 16 Jun 2016Pocketnow claims its the same. Android Authority claimed it... moreI checked and neither says its the same. There's no way to easily check anyway. They could easily have bought a last gen one. Wouldn't be much difference other than minor improvements in brightness, efficiency, etc.

  • AnonD-491313

AnonD-442781, 14 Jun 2016Not all samoled are the same though, so its probably not th... morePocketnow claims its the same. Android Authority claimed it was the same. Not all are made equally, but some are.

  • Anonymous

Waiting for SAMOLED to replace cheap quality LCD on iPhones.

AnonD-404954, 13 Jun 2016lcd have another problem like yellowish blueish sceen meanw... moreYou are talking about the cheaper LCD screen, I know the cheaper LCD have blueish yellowish problem.

BUT, The IPS screen is pretty good, nice viewing angle and nice color in every viewing angle.

  • baller

if you are wondering it is for the new macbook pro. it has a secondary display replacing the function bottoms at the top. OLED baby

  • Anonymous

Groth, 14 Jun 2016Ok there is something wrong here ! This artikle praise Sams... moreBy having more than one factory you genius... facepalm.png

  • Anonymous

Cj, 14 Jun 2016I think the 105k per month doesn't mean, 105k phone display... moreSo how do you cut pixels genius?

Think before you post please... A display cant be cut into a different size,

  • AnonD-352484

Anonymous, 13 Jun 2016Bull. Or your plain daft, like, went on holiday like a good... moreWhy should I lie, here a picture made with my camera from the burned in status bar:
http://s31.postimg.org/ykgsssmcr/ORG_DSC08462_01.jpg
hopee this link is allowed here.... it's a 5 months old Galaxy s6 Active, nothing special done with it. Just download a display tester app and look at the status bar on your own. Usualy you can see it in Blue and Green colors, or even in white and Grey. Red seems to be not affected.
When I asked my friends with samsung amoled phones to check theirs, most of them would report a similar difference in brightness.

I have to admit, in normal use you don't see it because there is the status bar anyways, I can spot it when looking at full screen mode images or in certain fullscreen apps. And its not a samsung but an amoled prolem since my nexus 6p had the same issue (and so had my old samsung amoled phones I used (from galaxy s1 over galaxy note one to galaxy s2 and galaxy s5).
So like you see I kinda like Samsung phones because I purchased a couple of them but still I (and i bet you too) can see the problems of the amoled technology and it's better then it was with my galaxy s1 but its still real.

  • Cj

Groth, 14 Jun 2016Ok there is something wrong here ! This artikle praise Sams... moreI think the 105k per month doesn't mean, 105k phone displays., it could mean a very large display then cut into phone sizes, like papers.

  • Anonymous

lol, 13 Jun 2016Bye Bye JDI, Welcome Samsung.JDI is still in contract with Apple, but they couldn't meet the demands.

  • AnonD-442781

AnonD-491313, 13 Jun 2016ZTE Axon 7 actually has the display as the one in the S7.Not all samoled are the same though, so its probably not the same one.

  • Sock

AnonD-491313, 13 Jun 2016ZTE Axon 7 actually has the display as the one in the S7.I think they keep the "super" amoleds for their galaxy flagships and provide amoleds to others.

  • Jarret

Samsung's Amoled becomes popular now. Apple will use it in iPhone7 and so on....
Best thing from Samsung

  • Groth

Ok there is something wrong here ! This artikle praise Samsung for delivering 94% or 80 something million OLED displays and in the same artikle they get praised for upgrading "ONE" of their factories so it can deliver 105k displays a month instead of the 15k it normally could. So when the year is gone and that special one factory have produced 1.25 million displays where do they then get the other 79 million displays from? I mean either they need like 65 super factories or 5266 of the older factories more just to hit what they did before this big demand from Apple on OLED screens. The math dont add up 😜

  • AnonD-491313

AnonD-263286, 13 Jun 2016I love my fantastic Note 5 super AMOLED display. Nothing ev... moreZTE Axon 7 actually has the display as the one in the S7.