Samsung’s next goal is to turn mobile phone screens into great 4K displays with extremely high pixel density. The technology giant has confirmed that from the second quarter of next year starts the production of the seventh-generation AMOLED displays.

“Samsung Display has continued research to diversify its OLED portfolio to include foldable OLED, chip-on-plastic OLED and 800ppi high-resolution OLED.” the company said.

In itself, this is not surprising given that with each next generation we get a better quality of OLED panels. The hint for a foldable OLED display is clear and obviously related to the mysterious Galaxy X phone that we can see at the end of the year.

As far as the density of 800 pixels per inch, it is designed for smaller devices such as phones. With a diagonal of 5.5 inches, this means a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels or what we call Ultra HD “4K”.

This will not be the first time when is speculated that Samsung is working on such a 4K screen, some thought we were going to see it in the Galaxy S8, but the current flagship is different technology so called using Infinity Display. Source: The Korea Herald

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