Samsung had announced its first OLED panels for laptops a few months ago and is now following on its promise to ramp up OLED production. At that time, the company said their “OLED panels can best satisfy the diverse consumer needs for laptops used in telework, online education, video streaming, and gaming”.
As the company had received interest from multiple laptop vendors for its OLED displays, it has quickly begun the mass production of laptop OLED panels.
“The 90Hz OLED panel offers more options for consumers who are looking to enjoy high-performance content on their laptops. With our innovative OLEDs, we’re further pioneering and leading the market in display technologies that offer superior image quality,” the company said in a recent statement.
The company said its 90Hz OLED panels are currently used by Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung Electronics, and have been recently spotted in ASUS ZenBook and VivoBook Pro laptops. Moreover, rumor has it even Apple could use its OLED screens at some point.
“The demand for laptops is increasing steadily as working from home and remote learning become the new norm,” Asus Vice General Manager Y.C. Chen said in a statement. “OLED displays can meet consumers’ various needs as they’re using laptops for school, virtual meetings, video streaming, gaming, and more.”