Samsungs new OLED screen reduces power consumption by 15percent, iPhone 12 or app

 Samsungs new OLED screen reduces power consumption by 15percent, iPhone 12 or app

Figure: Samsungs latest smartphone Galaxy s20ultra

Samsung is the worlds best OLED screen maker, including the iPhone OLED panel, which is built to meet Apples needs. Most of Apples screens are commissioned by Samsung, but not all, because LG is also its supplier, and other suppliers want to participate.

Samsung display company just announced the optimization of supporting 5g for OLED screen, which is a good marketing gimmick for the company, using 5g as the selling point of OLED screen. Of course, the screen has nothing to do with 5g coverage, reception or data speed, but it does have a feature that will benefit 5g phones and all other devices.

The screens power consumption has been reduced by 15%, according to the certification of Underwriters Laboratories, the US security certification agency. Samsung display company said the average power of 5g OLED screen dropped from 1.5W to 1.3W. This is good news for 5g devices, because providing 5g connections requires more power.

Samsung said that based on the test of Societe Generale de surveillance, a Swiss notary, Samsungs new OLED screen should also have more health advantages than the previous products, with a blue light ratio of 6.5%, lower than that of last years panel with 7.5%.

Samsung display didnt say which companies would use the OLED panels, and it didnt even confirm whether the galaxy S20 used a new OLED screen. But many flagship products launched in 2020 are likely to use this specially designed screen, whether they support 5g or not. Of course, it may also be Apples choice for the iPhone 12.

This is the second hardware detail of the next iPhone this week. A few days ago, Samsung announced that it would produce 12gb and 16GB of lpddr5 memory for mobile phones and tablets. While Apple is unlikely to achieve such a huge ram leap, the iPhone 12 is likely to use at least 6GB of ram. (small)

Source: Wang Fengzhi, editor in charge of Netease Technology Report