- It has just delivered its low power OLED panel with “Adaptive Frequency” technology for Oneplus and OPPO
- Low-power OLED display technology key to accommodate increased smartphone usage from pandemic-induced campaigns in virtual interaction and the ever-expanding 5G network
SEOUL, South Korea,, March 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – After the premiere of OLED low-power “Adaptive Frequency” display technology on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 smartphone at the end of last year, Samsung Display said that it is recording increasing interest from other global manufacturers for these energy-saving screens, which are well fits 5G phones.
OPPO, the largest smartphone manufacturer in china, is the first Chinese smartphone manufacturer to adopt adaptive frequency technology. OPPO’s new flagship line, “Find X3”, features a Samsung OLED panel with a refresh rate * that varies depending on the application used. OPPO said it is recording a reduction in the total power consumption of its premium phone by as much as 46 percent.
Samsung screen adaptive frequency technology minimizes power consumption by automatically adjusting the screen refresh rate for the application in use at any time. For example, the customizable refresh rate allows the OLED panel to reach 120Hz when playing a fast mobile game, 60Hz while streaming a movie, and 30Hz or less when viewing email or sending messages. Moreover, it can allow a refresh rate below 10 Hz when the smartphone user is viewing photos and other photos. This exceptional flexibility can dramatically reduce the total amount of energy consumed each day.
As remote business, family-related phone interaction, and the use of 5G smartphones continue to grow, more and more smartphone manufacturers are considering low-power OLED display technology to meet the growing demand for leading phones hungry.
In addition to OPPO’s use of Adaptive Frequency technology, Samsung Display has also shipped a 6.7-inch panel featuring that technology to Oneplus for its new flagship ‘Oneplus 9 Pro’. Oneplus smartphones are attracting huge attention in the US and key emerging markets, providing differentiated, energy-saving performance.
“Samsung’s innovative low-power OLED technology with Samsung Display is expected to enable consumers to provide consumers with a range of reasonable choices for battery savings and a more environmentally conscious user experience in the process,” he said. Oliver Zhang, vice president of the Product team at Oneplus.
In addition to OPPO and Oneplus, Samsung Display is in talks with other major global smartphone manufacturers to further enhance its low-power OLED screens. This includes the development of low-power materials and the optimization of more energy-efficient technologies, such as minimizing display circuits.
A Samsung Display spokesman said, “Over the last few years, our priority has been to bring the best image quality and most innovative designs to our OLED displays. But moving forward, we will also run a low-power OLED technology space, as we modernize other aspects of the boards. delivery of the most custom screens around the world. “
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* Refresh rate (or scan rate): The number of frames that the display panel delivers in one second. For example, a refresh rate of 120 Hz makes 120 changes per second per second. The higher the scan speed, the more vivid and natural the images are viewed.
Jihyun (Jessica) Kim
Samsung on-screen communication team
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