Samsung’s new OLED display is for 5G smartphones for some reason

Samsung Display has unveiled a new OLED display for smartphones that the company says emits less blue light and uses less power than its earlier screens. And for some reason, the company is positioning the new screen as an “optimized OLED display for 5G smartphones,” although I don’t see any reason it couldn’t be used […]

Sharp’s flexible smartphone display folds in half… the other way

Samsung’s first foldable smartphone closes up like a book when you want to fold it in half. So does Huawei’s, Oppo’s and most of the other upcoming models we’ve seen so far (except for Xiaomi’s prototype, which has a tri-fold wallet-like design). But Sharp is showing off a prototype of a smartphone display that folds […]

HP’s Spectre 15 x360 is getting an AMOLED display option

AMOLED displays are pretty common in high-end smartphones, where they’re known for offering vivid colors, darker blacks, and high contrast ratios, among other things. But it’s a lot harder to find a laptop with an AMOLED display… in a few months there should be at least one more option though. HP plans to begin offering […]

Google Pixel 2 XL gets “saturated” color option with November security update

Google is rolling out its monthly security update for Nexus and Pixel devices, but if you happen to own a Pixel 2 XL there are some bonus features in the update, including the ability to change the color profile of the phone’s AMOLED display. When the phone launched, you had two options: the standard view […]

LG V30 will have a 6 inch, 2880 x 1440 pixel display (and I’m getting tired of reporting on the V30)

LG’s next high-end smartphone will have a 6 inch, 2,880 x 1,440 pixel OLED display with a 2:1 aspect ratio. It’s a “FullVision” display, which means that like the LG G6, the new phone will have slim bezels. But while the G6 features an LCD display, the new phone will have a plastic OLED display […]

LG introduces 77 inch flexible, transparent OLED display

LG Display’s latest OLED screen combines a bunch of buzzwords: it’s big. It’s flexible. It’s transparent. And if you add all of those things up you’ve got a display that will most likely be really expensive (albeit really cool). Don’t expect to see the company’s new 77 inch transparent, flexible OLED display in home TVs […]