Technology September 30, 2022

Unfold with: theMrMobile | Michael Fisher

“Unfold with” is a series of interviews with tech content creators to share their life story and views on foldable technology.
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Technology September 20, 2022

Samsung Display’s Innovative Technologies

Samsung Display has amassed intellectual property (IP) over the years, leading the market with many of its innovative technologies.
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Technology September 19, 2022

[Learn Display] 63. Aperture Ratio

In displays, the aperture ratio refers to the ratio of the light-sensitive area of a single pixel to its total area.
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Technology September 6, 2022

[Galaxy Z Fold 4] New Key Technologies

With more powerful camera, slimmer hinge, thinner bezel, Galaxy Z Fold4 has finally unveiled. It is Samsung’s fourth-generation foldable smartphone featuring one step further upgraded display with greater multi-tasking.
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62. Active Area
Technology September 5, 2022

[Learn Display] 62. Active Area

The active area of a display panel is used for showing images on the screen. The majority of the front part of the display panel is taken up by the active area
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Feature Image - Samsung Display
Technology August 8, 2022

[Learn Display] 61. Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)

Indium tin oxide (ITO) is one of the key materials used in a display panel. A display reproduces images by controlling the brightness of its pixels through an electrical flow.
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Technology July 25, 2022

[Learn Display] 60. Fingerprint on Display (FoD)

This technology allows a smartphone display to read the fingerprint of the user for authentication. The dominance of full-screen smartphones has resulted in the replacement of the physical button on the front of a smartphone with a FoD sensor. There are two types of FoD sensors most widely used today: Optical and Ultrasonic.
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Learn Display CPI
Technology July 11, 2022

[Learn Display] 59. Colorless Polyimide (CPI)

A colorless and transparent polyimide (CPI) film is used to manufacture cover windows that protect flexible display panels. While polyimide (PI) material offers many advantages such as its chemical and thermal resistance, its key disadvantage is its yellowish-brown tint. To address this issue, polyimide’s chemical structure has been modified to develop a clear alternative: Colorless polyimide.   The chemical structure of polyimide demonstrates a number of aromatic rings (C6H6-, in the shape of a hexagon), which gives it excellent chemical and thermal resistance. These aromatic rings tend to absorb light in the wavelengths of 400nm to 500nm, appearing brown to the human eye. In order to transform polyimide (PI) into a clear material, the aromatic rings in PI are often restructured by substituting/adding a trifluoromethyl group (-CF3), an ether group (-O-) or a sulfon group (-SO2). This requires extensive technical know-how. As it is made of plastic, colorless polyimide is light and flexible. This means it can be made thin, which is ideal for cover windows in flexible display panels used in foldable and rollable displays.  Colorless polyimide (CPI) was used…
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Samsung Display Halo-Free Display
Technology July 5, 2022

Why You Want a Halo-Free Display

Have you heard of the term ‘Halo-Free’ displays? What does it mean and why is it important for laptop users? Find out in this article.
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OLED samsung display d-shorts part 6
Technology June 30, 2022

[D-Shorts] Escaping the Zombie Apocalypse? Eye-friendly display

Learn about Samsung OLED's zero tolerance for screen flickering and lower blue light emissions in this video.
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