Galaxy S21 Ultra is equipped with an energy efficient OLED display

Galaxy S21 Ultra is equipped with an energy efficient OLED display

Revealed a company Samsung about more details about the new generation of energy-efficient OLED screens included in the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

According to the company, the new screen is not only more efficient, but also brighter, as the new OLED screen reduces power draw by 16 percent while also increasing brightness, which improves battery life.

Galaxy S21 Ultra test results prove the screen is very bright, and battery runtimes seem to confirm Samsung’s claims that the screen is more efficient as well.

OLED screens use organic light-emitting diodes, and Samsung has found a new organic material developed that helps electrons flow faster and easier through the organic layer of the screen.

A smartphone screen is usually one of its most energy-consuming components, so efficiency gains here can have a significant impact on a device’s overall battery life.

Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra uses a screen LTPOBut it isn’t the first Samsung phone to do this.

And theMale South Korean media outlet for electronics industry The Elec last year that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also used LTPO displays, which carry the Samsung brand as HOP.

However, this week’s announcement indicates that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is the first to use more efficient displays, showing that Samsung has improved the technology even more compared to the Note 20 Ultra’s screen.

LTPO screens were used in smart watches before their appearance in smartphones, as Apple Watch 4 features LG’s LTPO screen, while Samsung Watch Active 2 used Samsung’s LTPO screen.

Apple’s upcoming flagship iPhones may benefit from Samsung’s energy efficient screen technology.

And theMale South Korean media outlet for electronics industry The Elec earlier this year The South Korean company is working to provide LTPO displays for Apple’s 2021 iPhones.

According to the report, Apple uses 120Hz LTPO OLED screens on two of the four iPhones for 2021, while the other two have conventional OLED screens.

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