Microsoft launches two new OLED phones and a curved OLED smartband

Microsoft just announced several new devices, including three ones with AMOLED displays. So first up with have the Lumia 950 smartphone, which is the company's first Windows 10 mobile phones. It features a 5.2" WQHD (2560x1440) AMOLED display, hexa-core CPU, 32GB of storage, a microSD slot, a 20mp PureView camera (with 4K video support and optical image stabilization) and a USB Type-C port.

Microsoft also launched the Lumia 950 XL, which offers the same hardware with a larger 5.7" display. The Lumia 950 will launch in November 2015 for $549 and the 950 XL will cost $649.

Microsoft also launched their 2nd-generation smart band (or fitness tracker), the Band 2 that features a curved flexible OLED display, a GPS, a heart rate monitor, accelerometer, gyrometer, sleep and calorie tracking, ambient light sensor, skin temperature sensor, UV sensor, capacitive sensor, barometer and Cortana integration. The Band 2 will ship on October 30th for $249

Posted: Oct 06,2015 by Ron Mertens


Who is the supplier of these gadget's OLED displays?

The smartphone displays are made by Samsung Display. I would guess that this is true for the curved OLED as well.

Thank you.