For its OLED screens, Samsung is apparently developing a new technology called Lifelike Pixels.
According to the SamMobile, the tech giant has submitted a trademark application for the term “Lifelike Pixels” in South Korea.
Although the technology’s operation is unclear, it is anticipated to be utilized in the company’s upcoming OLED screens for the smartphones and tablets.
The business may, however, eventually implement the novel technology in laptops, wearables, augmented reality (AR), or virtual reality (VR) displays.
The tech giant also registered a trademark for the term “Flex Hybrid” on the same day as this trademark application.
The company’s latest display kind, called Flex Hybrid, slides and folds at the same time.
According to the report, lifelike pixels are probably related to an OLED display’s enhanced ability to reproduce color.
According to a story from last month, the corporation was giving special OLED panels, which will be utilized in some iPad models in 2024, top priority.
Prior to considering the possible demand for OLED panels for iPads, the tech giant sought to produce full-cut OLED panels. However, Samsung has since begun to build two-stack tandem OLED panels.
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