Samsung Electronics earlier this week announced a new low-power OLED display for smartphones. The new display first appeared on the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which claims to reduce power consumption by about 16%.
According to one report, the new display technology achieves a lower power draw by accelerating electron flow in the organic layer of the screen. For those unaware, the display is one of the major power drawing components of the smartphone.
Jeho Beck, head of Samsung Display’s mobile display sales, marketing and product planning office, said the continued advancement of display technology increased demand for lower power consumption to enable features such as larger screens, faster display driving and greater resolution is. “
Just to put things, pixels in OLED panels are made of organic material that glows when a current passes through them. Therefore, the acceleration of the flow of electrons through the layers of the display will increase the brightness of the light produced during low power consumption, which, according to official Samsung notes, extends battery life.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G was announced earlier this month along with South Korean tech giants Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus and is positioned as the company’s latest premium-grade flagship mobile phone.
These devices have top-notch specifications and also support the new, faster bandwidth of 5G. We are currently accepting pre-orders for these smartphone series and will officially launch on January 29, 2021.