Samsung Display Demonstrates Most Advanced Display Hole for Smartphone Cameras
Samsung Display announced today that UL, a leading global safety science company, has just verified its new OLED hole display area as having image quality low in color deviation in terms of “hole area clarity,” providing a balanced level of uniformity across the portion of the display surrounding the camera hole.
This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200826005324/en/
Samsung Display UL verification (Graphic: Business Wire)
The display area on the hole’s periphery now delivers industry-leading image quality as clear as that of the other parts of the display panel.
“Enabling uniform image quality on the display at the periphery of the camera hole allows users to feel a more in-depth sense of picture-taking immersion, in addition to directly benefiting from the ingenuity of the hole design itself,” said Dennis Choi, Vice President of mobile display marketing team for Samsung Display. “Without a doubt, our camera hole area clarity demonstrates that Samsung Display technological prowess can deliver optimal performance across an entire 5G smartphone display,” he added.
UL assessed the portion of the OLED display panel covering a smartphone’s camera operating at 120Hz on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G and Galaxy Z Fold2 5G. UL verified deviations of color, brightness, and saturation by pinpointing 12 spots on the periphery of the hole to establish precise definition and uniformity around the hole display area, resulting in a measurement of two or less Delta E. Even though a lower Delta E figure would imply less color deviation, the human eye can barely distinguish any difference in color or clarity when the Delta falls below two.
Samsung Display has attained the industry's most outstanding image quality by utilizing high-performance lasers to advance the display punching and design engineering around the hole. Sometimes, processing can stain the panel here, which can be seen as slightly different coloring on the display areas at the periphery of the hole compared with other parts of the display. Such tarnishing is unacceptable when 5G smartphones are now making heavy demands on high-resolution and high-speed content, requiring an enhanced level of image quality throughout a display.
Samsung Display has given the name "Iris Ring" to the display area surrounding the camera hole. This is because the display here features a verified uniformity of image quality, based on the understanding that human eyes tend to look more healthy and attractive when the eye’s iris and snow-white sclera are in stark contrast. In fact, the new OLED display provides extremely clear contrast between the display area around the hole and the hole itself.
About Samsung Display
Samsung Display Co., Ltd. is a global leader in display panel market, with OLED and LCD technologies and products. Samsung Display has seven production facilities and five branch sales offices worldwide. The company specializes in high-quality displays for consumer, mobile, IT and industrial usage, including those featuring OLED (organic light emitting diode) and LCD technologies. As a total solution provider, Samsung Display strives to advance the future with next-generation technologies featuring ultra-thin, energy-efficient, flexible, and transparent displays. For more information, please visit www.samsungdisplay.com.
Samsung Semiconductor Europe GmbH
About Business Wire
(c) 2018 Business Wire, Inc., All rights reserved.
Business Wire, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the global leader in multiplatform press release distribution.
Subscribe to releases from Business Wire
Subscribe to all the latest releases from Business Wire by registering your e-mail address below. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Latest releases from Business Wire
Bavarian Nordic Adopting Veeva CRM and Veeva Vault PromoMats for Digital Launch of New Vaccines28.10.2020 12:03:00 CET | Press release
Veeva Systems (NYSE: VEEV) today announced that Bavarian Nordic is adopting multichannel Veeva CRM and Veeva Vault PromoMats for the digital launch of new products in the U.S. and Europe, including Germany, Switzerland, the Nordics, and the Baltics. Specializing in vaccines for infectious diseases, the company needed advanced commercial solutions to support its digital-first strategy. Veeva brings together multichannel engagement and compliant content for the innovative biotechnology company to drive the right interactions with healthcare professionals (HCPs) across the right channels. “Veeva helped us get new digital capabilities and channels up and running fast to meet an aggressive launch timeline and support our global growth plans,” said Robin Kirkby, vice president of commercial operations at Bavarian Nordic. “We now have the commercial foundation in place for digital engagement and to quickly get vaccines to the patients that need them.” Multichannel Veeva CRM enables Bavarian N
Bang & Olufsen Selects CreatorIQ as Global Influencer Marketing Platform of Record28.10.2020 10:00:00 CET | Press release
CreatorIQ, the end-to-end enterprise software powering influencer marketing efforts for global enterprises like Unilever, Rakuten, and H&M, today announced it was selected as the platform of record for high-end consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen (B&O). The Denmark-based company is leveraging CreatorIQ’s sophisticated, data-driven platform to build and optimize its influencer programs, which includes long-term affiliate programs across key global markets. “Influencer marketing is playing an important role in our digital transformation and media diversification, and is integral to reaching new audiences across our key markets in EMEA, LATAM, and North America,” said Alexei Edwards at B&O. “After an extensive search, CreatorIQ was the standout platform for providing the infrastructure for our global efforts - from discovery to recruitment to measurement - while giving us full visibility into the key data points across each stage.” B&O is leveraging CreatorIQ’s advanced data scien
Temenos Names Joaquin De Valenzuela Muley to Lead Digital Banking Growth With Temenos Infinity28.10.2020 09:30:00 CET | Press release
Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the banking software company, today announced that it has appointed Joaquin De Valenzuela Muley as Senior Vice President and Business Line Director for Temenos Infinity. Joaquin will lead the global sales and business development of Temenos Infinity, the market-leading digital banking SaaS product. Joaquin will report directly to Jean-Michel Hilsenkopf, Chief Operating Officer at Temenos. Temenos has seen strong demand for Temenos Infinity across challengers and incumbent banks. The company has recently invested over US$1 billion to acquire leading US-based SaaS companies Kony and Avoka to accelerate its digital banking capabilities. Temenos Infinity is the leading SaaS omnichannel digital banking product, covering customer engagement from acquisition and onboarding to origination and account servicing, through to long-term retention. More than 650 clients are using Temenos Infinity including HSBC and Regions. Joaquin joins Temenos from Salesforce, where he led the
Hyperconvergence & Virtualization: VMware Cloud Director Available at IKOULA28.10.2020 09:00:00 CET | Press release
Nowadays virtualization and hyperconvergence are among the concerns of many companies, IKOULA – a key player in the European IaaS market - offers its customers the VMware Cloud Director solution: a stable and proven technology allowing them to easily create their private Cloud(s) and operate online their own virtual data center(s). Bringing together in a single secure environment all the storage, computing and network resources necessary for any activities, the VMware Cloud Director solution puts an end to physical infrastructures in silos, and guarantees companies an optimized use of these material resources, with a maximized ROI, controlled costs as well as the interoperability and portability of their applications between their different clouds. What are the benefits for companies using VMware Cloud Director? Simplified provisioning and consumption: users benefit from a single access point, making it very easy to provision all kinds of cloud services, but also third-party services,
Comilog Mine Taps JRC for Private LTE Network28.10.2020 08:30:00 CET | Press release
Comilog, the leading manganese company, has decided to build a Private 4G/LTE network in Moanda, Gabon. JRC and Geka Telecom were selected to provide a turnkey solution. JRC will provide the LTE infrastructure for hundreds of subscribers and 4 RF sites, while GEKA Telecom will provide the full services. As part of an effort to modernize the operation process of Moanda mine, Comilog is investing in a modern and secured LTE infrastructure. Field staff will be equipped with ruggedized tablets and smartphones. The target is to digitalize the various processes to increase efficiency and reduce paper. This effort is part of an overall project called Comilog 2020 to increase the capacity of the mine and to enhance local added value. JRC LTE infrastructure was chosen for the quality of its offer. The proposed LTE infrastructure is designed to meet mission critical environment and performance. GEKA Telecom will provide its expertise for the settings of the network and the installation. “We are
Low-Code Meets Cloud Smart: Claris Expands FileMaker Cloud to EMEA Markets28.10.2020 07:00:00 CET | Press release
Claris International Inc., an Apple subsidiary and pioneering leader in low-code, today announced the official launch of FileMaker Cloud to EMEA markets. FileMaker Cloud gives EMEA businesses all of the power of the cloud - sharing, rapid deployment, scalability - without compromising on performance or losing connection to the real world of devices, sensors, even offline apps. The result is a future-proof solution that empowers businesses to rapidly create and share intelligent apps with their teams, and integrate them with other popular apps and web services. “For so many businesses, the global pandemic changed every aspect of their business overnight, which led to a massive boom in both low-code adoption and remote work technologies,” said Brad Freitag, CEO of Claris. “In many ways, Claris was built for this moment. Our commitment to low-code without limits - quickly deploying intelligent apps that both solve and evolve - means the solutions our customers build to deal with today’s c