Samsung is working on a new OLED panel with a group of Stanford researchers. This new panel that they have developed can reach up to 10,000 dpi (pixels per inch) density. Both hope that this new technology will be able to be developed in a full-size panel and thus be able to launch them on the market in the future.
Samsung creates an OLED panel with a resolution of 10,000 dpi
By having a higher density of pixels per inch, a higher final resolution will be obtained on the screen, with a better viewing experience for the user.
This panel that Samsung and a Stanford researcher are developing was born with the idea of creating an ultra-thin solar panel, which they later discovered could then be used on screens, due to the behavior of light at the nanoscale. Since it can flow in a similar way to what water does around objects. This new technology reduces the size of the sub-pixels, so that they all have the same height.
For now, a successful lab test has been created, so they hope to be able to make a full-size display that makes use of this technology that they have developed. Although at the moment it is not known how long it will take.
In addition, it will be necessary to see what the cost of it is and if a panel of this type really has a hole in the market. Samsung has not said anything about when such a panel could be seen on the market, so it will surely have to wait several years.