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QHD+ Super AMOLED
Samsung Display's incredibly vivid Quad HD+(2960x1440) AMOLED display (570 ppi) is based on world-leading Samsung Mobile OLED technology. The Quad HD+ represents a new direction in mobility with its dual edge, flexible OLED design, offering a full-screen 18.5:9 aspect ratio.
Flexible Display
Samsung Display mass-produced the world’s first curved edge display for smartphones and smart watches. Samsung’s curved edge displays play a key role in optimizing the look and feel of mobile devices, thanks to their thin and light flexible design.
Evolving Mobile Display Designs to a 18.5:9 Screen
Samsung Display has taken the lead in mobile innovation.The Samsung Galaxy S8 introduced the industry’s first dual-edge 'bezel-less’design featuring full-screen flexible AMOLED technology, developed by Samsung Display. Samsung Display also has boldly improved the aesthetics of smartphones by developing an eye-pleasing, corner-rounding technology that can be used at each corner of the display panel.
Galaxy S7(16:9) Galaxy S8(18.5:9) : 18% larger in screen area than the Galaxy S7

Product Line-ups

Mobile Display(measured diagonally in centimeters)
Flat OLED
WQHD(2560x1440) 12.9 / 13.2 / 13.9 / 14.4 / 15.1
FHD(1920x1080) 13.2 / 13.9 / 14.4 / 15.1
HD(1280x720) 11.4 / 12.2 / 12.6 / 13.9
Flexible OLED
WQHD(2560x1440) 13.9 / 14.4
Wearable Display(measured diagonally in centimeters)
Flexible OLED
360x360 3.0

Why AMOLED Display?

Excellent Photo Quality, Ultra-thin Design, Rich Color Reproduction, Lower Power Consumption
  • Excellent Photo Quality
    AMOLED’s high contrast range of 13 million to 1 provides clear contrast between light and shade, giving a vivid sense of reality.
    LCD vs AMOLED
  • Rich Color Reproduction
    AMOLED displays can deliver a wide range of colors. This is because of AMOLED's expansive color gamut, which is 1.3 times wider than that found in LCD screens. AMOLED displays reproduce colors that match nature's palette almost perfectly.
    LCD vs AMOLED
  • Lower Power Consumption
    AMOLED displays to consume only 70% of the power used by conventional LCD panels
    LCDs require a backlight unit and other layers to create their images, but the backlight has to remain on constantly. On the other hand, AMOLED displays emit light without a backlight and are able to control each individual pixel, which results in significantly reduced power consumption.
    LCD - Color Filter, Backlights, Power Consumption-large. AMOLED - Organic Light-Emitting Diodes(70% OPR), Power Consumption-small.
  • High-resolution HDR Contents Support
    High-resolution HDR Contents Support
    Samsung AMOLED displays all images in extremely high quality HDR (High Dynamic Range) parameters, which helps to give reality a new lease on life.Correspondingly, the native color gamut of the Galaxy S8 is the highest available, thanks to proprietary Samsung Display AMOLED technology resulting in a very impressive 113% of DCI-P3 that produces distinctly better on-screen color even in high ambient light. Moreover, Galaxy S8 is the first smartphone to be certified by the UHD Alliance in the category of 'Mobile HDR Premium', a distinction that allows it to deliver the latest content produced for 4K UHD TVs – just like a premium television.
    Larger Native Color Gamut with 113% DCI-P3, Higher Screen Brightness over 1,000cd/m2, Galaxy S8 OLED 113% of color gamut, DCI-P3, 1020cd/m2, Infinite Contrast Ratio, Perfect Black(0ccd/m2)
    ※ DCI-P3 : Digital Cinema Initiative, which is being used for 4K Ultra HD TVs and in Digital Cinema for the movie industry
  • Ultra-thin Design
    Simple Structure, Slim Design
    Being a self-emitting display, the AMOLED display has a simple design, which allows it to be incredibly thin.
    LCD - Backlight, Pol, TFT, Color Filter, Pol, Window. AMOLED - Backplane, Encap, Pol, Window
  • Promotional Video Clips by Samsung Display
    • 1. The self-emitting display - Samsung AMOLED displays show exceptionally high quality images with extremely high color reproduction, due to their self-emitting design. The AMOLED display panels can be ultra-thin, light weight and low in power consumption, making them particularly attractive for use on mobile devices.
    • 2. Helping the color blind - Samsung Display has developed Vision Aid technology, which allows users of devices with AMOLED displays whose sight is diminished by color fading to see natural-like colors.
    • 3. Reducing blue light emitting - Samsung AMOLED displays have revolutionized how electronic images appear by reducing the blue light wavelength harmful to the eye, thanks to Samsung Display’s leading-edge self-luminous technology.
UL, CESI
UL
The high efficiency of AMOLED has resulted in an eco-friendly certification from UL (Underwriters Laboratory), an international safety-focused organization.
CESI
Due to its remarkable color reproduction, Samsung AMOLED technology has been certified by the CESI (China Electronics Standardization Institute), a branch of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China.