Samsung announced that the company’s team has completed the development of a new technology in OLED panels that support ultra-high display density of 10,000 pixels per inch.
The Korean giant began working on a new technology in OLED screen panels a while ago, and today the work team confirmed the completion of the technology development in preparation for displaying it later.
Samsung’s new OLED screens are based on a new design and technology that includes solar panels that feature an ultra-thin design, with a new architecture for OLED panels that can later support TV screens or smartphones.
This technology can also support the virtual reality glasses in particular to support the removal of the effects that appear in the display of the virtual reality glasses currently available in the market.
And the display density in OLED panels now shows the gap between pixels when looking at the screen from a very close distance, as there are no screens available at the present time that support enough display density to block this gap.
While the new OLED panels for screens are based on a new architecture that works on highlighting and emitting white light through films, it also comes with a silver layer that merges with a layer designed from a reflective metal that works to change the characteristics of reflection and enable the passage of a specific group of colors, as this architecture supports a display in the screen marked on the top Pixel density per inch with highest brightness as well.
It is noteworthy that the launch of the new Samsung technology depends on the development of computing in the devices to support the integration of OLED panels distinguished by the new technology and the high display density in the next generation of devices.