Samsung Galaxy S11 May Get SAMOLED Display

The Korean Intellectual Property Agency has published trademark information for SAMOLED, which has been registered in the category of mobile screens.

This tells us that Samsung is once again changing the name for its OLED panels.

The debut of the Samsung Galaxy S10 brought us Dynamic AMOLED screens, which were replaced by the familiar Super AMOLED.

They are characterized by support for HDR10 + and a pixel density of 526 dpi. The name SAMOLED came about by combining the words Samsung and AMOLED.

Now they have a frequency of 60 Hz, and in this regard, the brand is inferior to its competitors who introduce 90- or even 120 Hz panels.

We just have to wait and learn from Samsung the official characteristics of the Galaxy S11. The device should be presented at the beginning of next year, but the exact date has not yet been disclosed.