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Samsung Display Mass Produces Notebook OLEDs with Integrated Touch Technology

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Samsung Display has announced that it has begun mass production of medium-sized notebook OLEDs using its integrated touch technology, OCTA (On Cell Touch AMOLED).

This technology, which Samsung Display first developed in 2010, integrates the touch sensor inside the panel rather than attaching a separate touch-recognizing film to the panel’s surface.

This results in an eco-friendly design that does not use plastic touch film or adhesive and simplifies the panel structure, reducing thickness and weight.

This new development responds to the increasing demand for laptops with touch functions and the expanding market for OLED laptops.

The panels incorporating Samsung Display’s large-area OCTA technology are expected to be installed in some Samsung Electronics’ next-generation Galaxy Book series models, set to be unveiled next month.

These panels will feature a 16:10 aspect ratio, 120Hz high refresh rate, and 3K high resolution, improving product performance.

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