OLED (organic light emmiting diode) displays have been praised for their strong properties for years. For example, OLED screens do not need backlighting. They also offer a wider viewing angle and nicer contrast differences, making black tones truly black. OLED not only provides better image quality, such displays are also extra energy efficient – compared to LCD panels.
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung has been using OLED screens for its smartphones for years, also known as AMOLED. In the future, Samsung intends to release OLED TVs and monitors again. It seems that the first Samsung OLED monitor is imminent.
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On December 10, 2020, Samsung Electronics applied for a trademark for the name ‘OLED provided by Samsung’. An accompanying logo has also been filed in which a colorful rectangular frame is displayed, with the text ‘OLED provided by Samsung’ next to it. The application is categorized as Class 9 with the following description.
‘OLED provided by Samsung’ trademark description: display panels; computer display monitors; digital signage; OLED (organic light emitting diode) display panels; display for smart phones; television monitors; televisions; flexible flat panel displays for computers.
It seems that Samsung is preparing for the introduction of its first QD OLED monitor. It goes without saying that this will be announced at the beginning of 2021, when the international CES 2021 also starts.
Halfway through 2019, it was already announced that Samsung wants to restart its OLED TV production. Although companies such as LG and Sony have had OLED TVs in their range for years, Samsung has completely switched to QLED technology. The first Samsung OLED TVs would be released again in 2021, Business Korea reported at the time. In the meantime, Samsung has announced that it will stop LCD production at the end of this year, Reuters reported in March this year.
Two weeks ago, however, Display Daily announced that the demand for QD-OLED TV panels is still limited, which means that mass production is postponed to the third quarter of 2021. Samsung does intend to launch its first OLED PC monitor soon. It would be high-end monitors with a size of 33 ”to 35”.
Chances are that we will hear more about this next month, even before the release of the much-discussed Galaxy S21 smartphones. CES 2021 will take place from Monday, January 11 to Thursday, January 14, 2021. The international consumer electronics fair that takes place annually in Las Vegas (Nevada), United States, will take place digitally next year. Samsung will probably reveal its new products at the start of the fair. Samsung will also introduce new TV models next month, including a completely new miniLED TV, and we have already heard from a reliable source that the Galaxy Book Flex 2 will also be announced in January.
View the official application for OLED provided by Samsung here.
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