A display supplier we're in touch with has just received 750 pcs of Samsung's 7.67" 1280x800 Super AMOLED Plus displays (circa 2014). These displays were adopted by Samsung and other device makers mostly in tablets (the first one was in the 2011 Galaxy Tab 7.7).

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

The supplier is offering these displays at a very low price (almost half their regular price), if anyone is interested in these panels, contact us here!



Technical documentation

Not that I’m planning to purchase these panels, just curious: is technical documentation (with details such as electric and logical parameters needed for connecting panels to power supply and video-signal source in real devices) accompanied with these panels? Thanks.

I'm wondering how these

I'm wondering how these Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablets are holding up. I have a 2014 Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and the screen still looks amazing, no burn-in issue whatsoever. I use it only for Netflix though.

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