Samsung Display made a promise to make better products for the automotive supplier segment. The South Korean giant has made an agreement with BMW to supply the automaker with a few million OLED displays for vehicles.
According to the official confirmation, Samsung’s display department will supply OLED panels for BMW models that are said to start mass production in 2024. As per recent reports, Samsung is going to distribute the OLED panels for the manufacturing of four million BMW vehicles over a period of 6-7 years – reported ETNews.
Sources say that the display division will supply OLED panels for a “high-end sedan.” The OLED panels will be manufactured at Samsung’s Giheung plant. In the EV vehicles segment, Samsung is supplying many components, including batteries and chipsets.
Google Pixel 7 (Screen extra bright) – Samsung deal:
Google at the I/O 2022 event explained the next Pixel 7 series. While the specifications of the device are yet to be known, some information about the display is already out in the open.
A new screenshot from the Google Source page appeared and indicates that the Samsung S6E3HC4 panel will allow the Pixel 7 Pro to attain a peak brightness of 600 nits with manual brightness mode enabled. This is 100 nits more than what the Pixel 6 Pro could achieve in the same condition.
Samsung S6E3HC4 display will also provide the max high brightness mode luminosity to 1,000 nits, up from 800 nits.
Meanwhile, the new Samsung S6E3HC4 display will retain the same resolution of 3,120 x 1,440 just as last year’s Pixel 6 Pro, there are, however, a few changes.
Overall, the Pixel 7 Pro, if it comes with the Samsung S6E3HC4 display, will bring decent improvements over the Pixel 6 Pro. As far as the refresh rate is concerned, it will stay the same as last year at 10Hz-120Hz.