At FPD 2010 in Japan, Samsung demonstrated some cool display technologies:
- 7-inch AMOLED Display that we’ll most likely see in a Samsung tablet next year. It’s got 1024 x 600 resolution (169 PPI) with 16.7M colors, 250 cd/m2, “free” viewing angles and > 100% NTSC color space:
- Dual Display Clamshell Prototype, a 4.5-inch PenTile AMOLED display showcased in a dual screen clamshell device. The display has the same specs as above but a higher 300 cd/m2 brightness and a 100,000:1 contrast ratio
- Foldable Display: Another prototype showing off a 5.3-inch display (animated) that was foldable in the middle. It has a 960 x 800 resolution (235 PPI), 26.2K colors, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 100K:1 contrast, > 100% NTSC color space
- Flexible Display: Similar to above, a few displays with flexible, animated displays, 4.3-inch in size
- Transparent AMOLED Display was showcased in a prototype 14-inch notebook. For the size, the resolution was quite low at 960 x 540 pixels (78 PPI) and 250 cd/m2 brightness
- Plastic Display: Super thin, unbreakable displays according to Samsung. Some prototypes showcasing a 10.1&Prime display of such type with a 1024 x 600 resolution, 50% color gamut, 250 cd/m2 brightness and 1,000:1 contrast.
Here’s the video demo of all the above techs: