News & Reviews: oled display
Last Updated: Oct 27, 2020
While Huawei was able to reveal the latest Mate 40 series, the company's relationship with the US government isn't getting any better which is unfortunate. To make things even worst, several affiliated companies that are associated with Huawei were also barred or withdrawn from doing business.
Last Updated: Oct 26, 2020
Virtual reality (VR) has never gone mainstream and there are few obvious reasons. For one, price is a barrier to entry as most VR headsets are expensive. But lack of depth in content and what VR users call the "screen door" effect is another. Fortunately, there could now be a solution for that last part.
Last Updated: Aug 05, 2020
The Google Pixel 4a was just launched yesterday and while it's a bit pricey, it has some respectable tech specs. But the dust has barely settled on the launch and already rumours of a new phone are appearing. Now, sources claim Google is working on a new smartphone that will feature a high refresh rate display.
Last Updated: Jul 14, 2020
Upon reading the title of this news, you must be thinking "why". But it seems that Apple had to pay Samsung a nice chunk of money as a penalty. Sources claim that Apple had to pay out a hefty USD 950 million (~RM4.06 billion) for not buying enough OLED panels in the Q2 of 2020.
Last Updated: Jun 05, 2020
The biggest factor to battery drain these days is the display. Displays tend to drain your battery faster the longer it's left on and it could get warmer over time. But Apple is reportedly looking to fix that for its iPhones, by developing panels with lower temperature and power consumption.
Last Updated: Dec 03, 2019
It’s almost the end of 2019 and smartphones rumours for 2020 are everywhere. We’ve heard Apple was going to release three 5G smartphones in the coming year, but now we have the latest rumour predicted by JP Morgan analyst, Samik Chatterjee. He said that there will be four 5G iPhones instead and all of them will be having OLED displays.
Last Updated: Jun 20, 2016
Samsung and LG are two of the world's largest OLED display makers right now, as technology progress exponentially over the years, companies are trying to find new ways and applications for their production. An insider tip from South Korea has said that Samsung is apparently planning their AMOLED screen to be present on laptop panels, while LG is increasing the mass production of small-size OLED displays for handsets.