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This Samsung Display 15.6″ UHD OLED is headed to premium laptops

This Samsung Display 15.6″ UHD OLED is headed to premium laptops

If you've been holding off on a laptop upgrade until the next big thing in screen tech arrives, Samsung Display has some excellent news for you. The company has shown off its latest OLED panel, a 15.6-inch Ultra HD screen that it says is the first such UHD display for the notebook market.

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2020 iPhones may drop LCDs entirely

2020 iPhones may drop LCDs entirely

While you can certainly argue that Apple arrived late to the OLED party, iPhones boasting the display tech have been slowly taking over the company's yearly device lineups. It may not be long before Apple decides to fully embrace OLED, which of course means leaving LCD in the dust. That's something Apple has been hesitant to do thus far, opting instead of offer LCD iPhones along costly OLED models.

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LG OLED Falls is the mesmerizing CES 2019 display the tech was born for

LG OLED Falls is the mesmerizing CES 2019 display the tech was born for

LG may have a rollable OLED TV to release this year, but it risked overshadowing its own flagship with its incredible LG OLED Falls installation at CES 2019 this week. The latest in a line of Consumer Electronics Show demoes of the company's display prowess, it comes after the LG OLED Tunnel in 2017 and the LG OLED Canyon in 2018.

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LG’s rollable TV is slick enough to silence any skeptics

LG’s rollable TV is slick enough to silence any skeptics

The LG rollable TV is going on sale in 2019, and while you might be skeptical about the practical benefits of flexible, you can't help but be wowed when you see the screen in person. Shown off in production form at CES 2019 this week, the LG Signature OLED TV R can be both as expansive as a flagship 65-inch set, but as discreet as a chunky soundbar.

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Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

This week industry sources suggested that Samsung Display reached an agreement with Apple to supply iPhones with flexible touch OLED. These same sources said that it's likely the next iPhone will work with flexible touch OLED displays. It's likely Apple will only use this flexible OLED display on one singular iPhone, while the rest will continue to use slightly more traditional means of touchscreen tech with displays as separate components.

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Samsung foldable phone gets an official preview date

Samsung foldable phone gets an official preview date

Samsung will preview just how its foldable smartphone will work next week, the company has confirmed, as it counts on new form-factors to lift plateauing mobile sales. The company has been known to be working on a folding phone for some time now, generally known as the Galaxy X, though exactly how it will operate and what specific advantages it might offer over a traditional device have been closely-kept secrets.

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iPhone XS Max snatches DisplayMate crown from Galaxy Note 9

iPhone XS Max snatches DisplayMate crown from Galaxy Note 9

And so it begins. In the past, Samsung and Apple each had their own separate thrones in DisplayMate’s kingdom, with Samsung lording it over OLED smartphones while Apple reigned triumphant among LCD mobile screens. With Apple’s switch to OLED in the iPhone X last year, the narrative was destined to become a pendulum swinging back and forth between the frenemies. Now that has become reality with DisplayMate giving the title of best smartphone display ever to Apple just a month after it said the same for the Galaxy Note 9.

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ZTE Nubia phone has a back-facing screen, but why?

ZTE Nubia phone has a back-facing screen, but why?

The ZTE Nubia Z18S has both a bonkers name and one display up front and another display around the rear. The most common reaction to the first appearance of this smartphone on social networks is simply the word: "why?" Because ZTE decided they needed to snag a headline after so much bad press over the past year? Maybe it had to do with the idea that we've not had a phone like this in a while, and ZTE decided "maybe if we try this same idea again, it'll work different this time!"

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Samsung’s folding phone may come early (this year!)

Samsung’s folding phone may come early (this year!)

It may not be long before we finally lay eyes on Samsung's long-rumored foldable smartphone. The company has indicated that it'll reveal the phone before we close the book on 2018, which is definitely an interesting revelation for a number of reasons. While that might not (and probably doesn't) mean a 2018 launch for such a device, it does mean that we'll finally get to hear about a phone that has been the topic of a lot of discussion over the couple of few years.

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Xperia XZ3 leak points to some interesting changes

Xperia XZ3 leak points to some interesting changes

As the saying goes, don’t judge a book by its cover and that may exactly apply to the Sony Xperia XZ3. At least to some extent. With less than 24 hours before it is formally announced, we’re getting one last unofficial look at Sony’s late 2018 flagship. And if this is really what the Xperia XZ3 will be like, then it might actually be more interesting than we initially thought. Sadly, it might also disappoint us in one specific aspect which, in retrospect, isn’t that surprising at all.

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iPhone 2018 made affordable with these features

iPhone 2018 made affordable with these features

We should be just a few weeks out from the reveal of Apple's new iPhone lineup for 2018, so naturally, we've got some last-minutes rumor to tell us what we should expect. A new report today has detailed Apple's trio of iPhones, and if you were a fan of last year's iPhone X, it sounds like there's going to be a lot to love here.

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Samsung’s foldable phone may use some unexpected inspiration

Samsung’s foldable phone may use some unexpected inspiration

Samsung's folding smartphone, the flexible OLED Android handset generally known as the Galaxy X, will use an unusual asymmetric design, insiders claim. The device, which will use a cutting-edge folding OLED panel built by Samsung Display, will try to address demands both for bigger screens and more pocket-friendly phones. However, in the process it'll also address one big issue folding devices can struggle with.

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