Samsung begins manufacturing OLED screens with a refresh rate of 90

The refresh rate of 90 Hz or more has become a natural thing for users of smartphones with OLED or AMOLED screens, but it is not so on laptops and computers. This type of screen provides a refresh rate limited to 60 Hz so far, while companies use LCD screens if they want to provide Higher refresh speed for its users. But that will change with Samsung soon.

Samsung has started the journey of manufacturing 14-inch OLED laptop screens with a refresh rate of 90Hz, to provide an immersive experience with much better picture clarity and clarity than LCD screens.

The new screens will be available for the first time with the Asus Zenbook 14X Pro and Vivobook Pro 14X devices that were announced two weeks ago and will be available to users in the coming period, providing a distinctive experience for gamers and content makers through the latest Asus devices.

Samsung indicates that the new screens will provide greater image clarity and faster speed over LCD screens with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, although their screens are limited to only 90 Hz.

The new OLED screens will add a pure color experience by covering 100% of the DCI-P3 color spectrum, which LCD screens do not, and will also provide better image depth and greater clarity of fine details during use, which will be evident to gamers and visual content creators in particular.

It is noteworthy that Samsung aims to provide larger screens to laptop manufacturers with OLED technology, as it is now providing screens with this technology with a refresh rate of up to 60 Hz only, and will also provide it with Asus devices for content makers ProArt Studio OLED, which will provide 16-inch 4K resolution with a refresh speed 60 Hz for users.


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