The South Korean tech giant teased the new OLED panel laptop lineup through a video shared on YouTube titled Samsung OLED for laptops: Superior Image Quality.
Samsung claimed on the video that its OLED screens will offer 120-percent DCI-P3 colour gamut coverage, as compared to a conventional screen that offers 74-percent DCI-P3 coverage.
Other advantages of the company’s new OLED screens for laptops include true black colours (0.0005 nits) and a high contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. The OLED screens will also have bright highlights and details in dark scenes, as per Samsung. Samsung ended the video by saying that its OLED screens for laptop will breathe life into each frame.
Samsung’s 2021 laptop lineup was unveiled last month and includes Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2, Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2 5G, Samsung Galaxy Book Ion 2, and Samsung Notebook Plus 2. While none of these laptops use OLED screens, it is likely that Samsung will launch more laptops later this year that will use OLED displays.
Samsung is set to host The First Look 2021 event tomorrow, January 6. It is possible that Samsung will unveil more details about its laptop lineup with OLED screens at the occasion.
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