Just a few days after the end of the CES 2021, Samsung Display has just announced its future plans, the company is working on the first 90Hz OLED screens for laptops.
Joo Sun Choi, the company’s CEO, has assured that they will start producing these new 14-inch displays from March, although it is not clear if they will be limited to this particular resolution and aspect ratio, or if they plan to release multiple panels.
Samsung Display will bring the first 90Hz OLED screens for laptops to the market
Although Samsung has not yet clarified the orientation of these new OLED screens, it is likely that they are mainly intended for work computers focused on productivity and content creators. That said, although their main orientation is not aimed at the gamer audience, those devices will be an interesting option for those looking for a single device for personal and work use.
Although the future microLEDs is really promising, many consider that OLED panels are still the best option available today. In fact, this new 90Hz screen offers a high-speed drive that is on par with that 120Hz LCD displays, even reducing image drag from 1 millimeter to 0.9 millimeters. It is a difference that seems minimal, but it is certainly huge as far as this technology is concerned.
Unfortunately, for the moment Samsung has not shared any additional information on when we could see these screens in operation and their arrival on the market.