Samsung released a non-broken OLED panel

Samsung announced a non-damaged smartphone OLED panel in the United States, which also passed the UL military certification.

UL is a test unit under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the US Department of Labor. The specific result of Samsung products is that the height of 1.2 meters falls 26 times and remains intact. The single drop of 1.8 meters is also harmless. In addition, the OLED panel passes through -32. It can still work normally after being tested to an extreme temperature of 71 degrees.

Regarding the construction of the product, Samsung revealed that a layer of non-fragile matrix material and transparent paper adhered to the flexible OLED, unlike the conventional glass cover. Not only is the quality lighter, but the light transmittance and hardness are comparable to glass.

Last week, the gorilla 6th generation glass was claimed to be the strongest glass of Corning in the past, but the official standard score was only 15 times drop in height of 1 meter. At least it was not as good as Samsung’s new plan on paper.

At that time, there was speculation that the Galaxy Note 9, which will debut on August 9th, will start the gorilla 6 generation. Now, when it is adjusted to start Samsung’s own non-breaking OLED, is it more reliable?

Samsung said that the new OLED panel is mainly used in the field of smartphones, and in the future, it will be extended to cars, tablets, game consoles and so on.


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