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Samsung Launches OLED Era Page to Help Users Identify OLED-equipped Smartphones

Samsung now has a webpage called “OLED Era” that allows users to search for Samsung smartphones and find out whether they use Samsung’s OLED screens or not. This page can be helpful for users who are interested in knowing more about the display technology used in their Samsung smartphones.

To use the OLED Era page, you can simply visit the Samsung Display website and click on the OLED Era link. From there, you can enter the name of your Samsung smartphone, and the page will show you whether it uses Samsung’s OLED screens or not. You can also browse through a list of Samsung smartphones to see which ones use OLED screens.

It’s worth noting that not all Samsung smartphones use OLED screens. Some of the lower-end models may use LCD screens instead, which are generally less expensive but also have some limitations compared to OLED screens. OLED screens are typically used in Samsung’s high-end smartphones, such as the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series.

Overall, the OLED Era page can be a useful resource for Samsung smartphone users who want to learn more about the display technology used in their devices.

What are OLED screens?

Regarding OLED screens, OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode, which is a display technology that uses organic compounds to produce light. Unlike traditional LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screens that require a backlight, each pixel in an OLED screen emits its own light independently, allowing for more accurate and vibrant colors, deeper blacks, and a higher contrast ratio.

OLED screens are thinner, lighter, and more power-efficient than LCD screens. They also have faster refresh rates, which makes them ideal for gaming and other applications that require quick response times.

There are two main types of OLED screens: PMOLED (Passive Matrix OLED) and AMOLED (Active Matrix OLED). PMOLED screens are simpler and less expensive, but they have limited resolution and are best suited for small displays such as those in smartwatches. AMOLED screens are more complex and expensive, but they offer higher resolution and better performance, making them suitable for larger displays such as those on smartphones and TVs.

Overall, OLED screens are considered to be one of the most advanced display technologies available today, and they are widely used in high-end smartphones, TVs, and other electronic devices.

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