Samsung Display’s official Weibo released a video today, showcasing the brand-new Samsung OLED notebook computer. It looks quite stylish, at the same time coming with a very powerful hardware. Interestingly, there is also hint at the under-screen camera technology on notebooks.
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Also, in the video, we can see the Samsung BLADE BEZEL technology trademark. The highlights of the screen include the outstanding appearance of the screen, equipped with a transparent camera hole. Honestly, it has a strong sense of immersion, with a screen ratio of up to 93%. Also, it is unprecedentedly thin and light, with a screen thickness of 1.0mm and a weight of 130g. As a reference, the traditional notebook screen is 2.1mm thick and weighs 180 grams.
Recently, Samsung Display officially announced the launch of a new brand logo ’Samsung OLED’ for its OLED products. The new logo is based on a square frame and uses the three primary colors of red, green and blue to express Samsung Display’s corporate vision, that is, ‘The display screen is a window that connects people and the world.’ At the same time, the angular curves and the freely folded form like paper also reflect the scalability of OLED design.
Samsung’s Under-Screen Camera Tech For Notebooks
Anyways, the most interesting part in this video for us is the use of the first under-screen camera technology on notebooks. It is worth mentioning that this Samsung OLED notebook also uses a new UPC screen camera technology, with a transparent camera hole. Thanks to the under-screen camera and ultra-thin screen frame design, Samsung OLED notebooks have brought a screen-to-body ratio of up to 93%, while the screen-to-body ratio of traditional notebook displays is 85%.
The aforementioned ‘Samsung BlADE BEZEL’ received a patent application from KIOP (Korea Intellectual Property Office) in October last year. This technology is a new form of frame that can greatly reduce the width of the screen edge.