Samsung’s new “SAMOLED” displays
Tech giant Samsung has introduced another “SAMOLED” Displays, as indicated by another patent enrolled by the company at the Korean Intellectual Property Office just as the United States Patent and Trademark Office via LetsGoDigital.
The new “SAMOLED” display advancement is said to be an updated AMOLED panel and it is probably going to make a big appearance on the upcoming Galaxy S11 arrangement.
SAMOLED could be an abbreviation for “Smooth AMOLED”?
The patented name recommends another adaptation of the AMOLED screen, which will supplant the Dynamic AMOLED screen that can saw on the Galaxy S10 series. In any case, it is unknown what this extra ‘S’ represents.
The bits of gossip that Galaxy S11 will brandish a 120Hz screen, this new high refresh rate SAMOLED display could essentially mean a “Smooth AMOLED” screen.
Galaxy S11 will likewise highlight a center-aligned display hole
Reputed tipster Ice Universe has asserted that the Galaxy S11 will include a center-aligned punch-hole display – like the Galaxy Note 10 series. But, the hole will be smaller than the Note 10 models.
Further, According to a past tip-off, the Galaxy S11 will have in three sizes – 6.2-or 6.4-inch, 6.7-inch, and 6.9-inch. Also, Galaxy S11 models will include 20:9 displays with curved edges.
All you need to know about the Galaxy S11 series
The S11 models are probably going to highlight a second-generation 108MP camera which will be somewhat not quite the same as the ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor that has appeared on Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 handset.
Recently announced that the Galaxy S11 series will likewise be fueled by the as Exynos 990 chipset which supports up to 108MP camera sensors and 120Hz 4K displays.
Samsung S11 series will come with three 5G phones
The Galaxy S11 6.2/6.4-inch and 6.7-inch S11 models will come in both 5G and LTE variations. But, the 6.9-inch S11 variation may be offered with 5G support, as per Evan Blass.
This infers, Samsung is relied upon to launch five handsets in the S11 line-up and three of them will bolster 5G connectivity.