Samsung Patents SAMOLED for Smartphone Screens

According to Korea’s intellectual property office, Samsung has patented the SAMOLED trademark for smartphone screens, which means the panel has changed its name again.


When Samsung introduced the Galaxy S10, the device’s screen came up with the name AMOLED which is an OLED panel screen with HDR10 + support and a pixel density of 526 ppi.

While SAMOLED is clearly a combination of Samsung and OLED.

Quoting GSMArena, another leak also came for the Samsung Galaxy S11 flagship device which reportedly will present a choice of colors in black, grey and blue.

Whereas, variants with smaller sizes and more affordable prices, the Galaxy S11e will come in blue, grey and pink.

Not only that, but the Galaxy S10 Lite will reportedly also be available in black, blue and white, while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is rumored to be present in red, silver, and black.

In addition to smartphones, the latest rumors also mention there will be Galaxy Buds in blue and pink, in addition to black and white.
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