Samsung Display announced that the company aims to lead the gaming display market, and it will supply more OLED displays for gaming smartphones, in addition to gaming laptops (as it does already). These displays will be branded as "OLED for gaming" displays.

Asus ROG Phone 5 photo

Samsung Display reveals its AMOLED displays were adopted by Asus for its latest gaming smartphone (the ROG Phone 5) - a 6.78-inch 1080x2448 HDR10+ (1200 nits peak) 144Hz AMOLED display.

Samsung says its displays have been verified by SGS as 'seamless displays' (thanks to the fast response time and high refresh rate of more than 120Hz) and also earned an 'eye care display' by SGS by emitting less than 6.5 percent of blue light.

Samsung's latest smartphone AMOLED displays incorporate the company's Adaptive Frequency technology which optimally distributes available power by the type of application in use at any given moment. SDC's laptop OLEDs support VRR, or Variable Refresh Rate which automatically adjusts the refresh rate according to the video content in each and every frame.



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