Samsung Debuts 30-inch 3D AMOLED Display

Samsung Displays has always amazed us with the cutting edge-technology that is used in its displays and the crystal clear outputs they provide. This time, SMD is all set to launch a new one in a size far better than the last one that the company had unveiled.

samsung 30 inch 3d amoled Samsung Debuts 30 inch 3D AMOLED Display

The new display panel from Samsung comes with AMOLED technology and is bigger, with a 30 inch display size. Is that enough for you? It is larger than those prototypes displayed by Samsung at CES 2010.

Samsung has always put bigger milestones in display size, be it in the tablet world or the monitor market. The Galaxy Tab from Samsung has stolen our hearts with its 7 inch display, one of the largest in the tablet market.

To add to the show, the new 30 inch AMOLED panel is 3D enabled also. However, the company is yet to bring out more details about this new display giant.

Samsung expects to generate $150 billion in 2015 through large size AMOLED TV panels. So there is going to be a lot of unveiling in the future. We expect that we can take a peek at the new 30 inch beast soon.

In the meantime, you can provide us with your most valuable comments in the box below. What do you think about the new display? Do you want something bigger?

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One Response to “Samsung Debuts 30-inch 3D AMOLED Display”

  1. Jack Desmond #

    Yes, I’d love a 30″ monitor (even at 16:9 aspect ratio). One thing puzzles me, though: Samsung just invented PLS display technology, yet it doesn’t get any coverage for the most part. PLS (Plane-to-Line-Switching) is an IPS-based tech, which is quite incredible! The blacks are much deeper, the contrast ratio is much improved, and the colors pop like I’ve never seen anywhere before.

    Then I’m looking at my GF’s Samsung Galaxy S III with its “Super Amoled HD” display and while it, too, has good black levels and colors are very good, it is actually seen as a negative in some reviews.

    That said, I agree with most of the reviews that I’ve read over the months since the Galaxy S III was released. By and large, the display is considered a good display, but it is actually noted as a one aspect of the phone that is mentioned as one of the few not-so-great things about it. It also “…doesn’t match the display on the iPhone 5, or even the one on the “older” 4S.” Again, I totally agree. Brightness is an issue, too. It looks pretty good at full brightness, whereas if I increase the brightness to the max on any of the iPhones, I can’t even look at the display without sunglasses, it’s so bright.

    Both IPS/PLS and (AM)Oled “feel” like totally different technologies and at this point in time, based on what I’ve seen, I *much* prefer the IPS/PLS (LCD) displays over the Amoled flavor.

    October 14, 2012 at 10:34 pm

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