The display division of Samsung just made the announcement that they are releasing a brand new OLED screen designed specifically for laptops. The display, which measures 16 inches diagonally, has an aspect ratio of 16:10, a resolution of 3000 pixels, and a refresh rate of 120 hertz. The maker claims that this is the first OLED panel ever fitted into a laptop and that it features a touchscreen. A recent rumor that has been circulating online suggests that the next Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra would make use of the same panels as its predecessor.
In addition, Samsung asserts that the recently introduced display reduces the company’s dependence on the environment because it does not require a separate plastic film for the touchscreen layer. This eliminates the need for an environmentally unfriendly panel to be manufactured. The thickness of the display has been reduced as a result of the elimination of the specialized touchscreen layer that was previously required. Because the display is integrated with the touchscreen, the touchscreen has these two benefits that are supplied by the integration.
A recent leak of the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra suggests that it will be the first laptop to do so; however, the company has not made it publicly known which of its upcoming products will feature the new display technology. This is despite the fact that the company has not yet publicly stated which of its upcoming products will be featured. Samsung Display intends to produce more large-sized OCTA (On-Cell Touch AMOLED) displays for laptops in the near future. This is due to the fact that an increasing number of laptop makers are putting OLED panels into their most current models. There are only a few days left until the official release of the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra. The recently unveiled display technology has piqued our interest, and we are excited to put it to the test since we feel the wait will be well worth it.