Samsung developing ClorOLED display with 16 subpixels RGB Matrix


Last updated: February 17th, 2013 at 12:49 UTC+01:00

Rumor has it that Samsung is developing a new display technology called the ClorOLED.

Samsung has been using its HD SuperAMOLED Display technology in their high-end devices (except the Samsung Galaxy S II) until the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note II. The Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Samsung Galaxy S III  implement their HD Super AMOLED  with a PenTile RGBG-matrix (2 subpixels/pexel), while the Galaxy Note II uses an RBG matrix (3 subpixels/pixels) but not in the standard 3 stripe arrangement.

This new ClorOLED technology is going to use an RGB Matrix with 16 subpixels. The Super AMOLED Plus in the Galaxy S II is listed by Samsung as having 12 subpixels in ads, so we’d have a third more here. PhoneArena’s source reports that the pixel density will be of 358ppi in a 5.8″ unit.

With the new Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung showed us that it’s not afraid to experiment with their subpixel numbers and it’s Matrix arrangement. The 5.8″ ClorOLED Display unit might be in the upcoming Galaxy Note III.

The new ClorOLED technology is said to be shipped in June 2013.


(Source: PhoneArena)

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