Samsung Galaxy M41 may be Samsung’s first phone to run third-party OLED display


Samsung Display is still the dominant feature in the small size OLED-display business (i.e., phones, watches, tablets), largely on the back of your brother’s or sister’s Samsung Electronics (uk) division, but also to high-profile customers such as Apple. Now the company is on the search for the source of the OLED display of third-party manufacturers.

The first phone to make use of a Samsung OLED for the Galaxy, M41, according to industry insiders. They add to this the fact that Samsung has chosen China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT), which is owned by TCL.

However, the company has taken a look at the BOOKS as a possible alternative to power line, and maybe even if you have a source for it in the future flagships like the samsung Galaxy S21 is not the case.

Samsung M41 (or M51)

Samsung M41 (or M51)

CSOT was chosen by both Xiaomi and Motorola, to create displays for the e 10 and the Edge of the phones, respectively. Also, Samsung Electronics was free to choose the manufacturer of the component, which is the best fit for the price, and according to the needs (e.g., it does not always use the Exynos chips, Samsung Display will receive a special treat.

Earlier this year, the first images of the samsung M41 is released, the display on a flat-screen cable tv, and a punch-hole camera, a fingerprint reader on the back cover). There are not a lot of new information about the phone, and because of that, though.



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