Samsung reportedly starts production of 120Hz displays for iPhone 13

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Samsung and LG have started production of OLED panels for this year iPhone 13 series, reports South Korean outlet Elec. Like last year, it is rumored that 2021’s lineup also includes four models: 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, 6.1-inch iPhone 13, 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro and 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Samsung manufactures 120Hz ProMotion displays for iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max

It is believed that Samsung manufactures polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) thin film transistor (TFT) low temperature OLED panels with 120Hz support of iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Samsung has been using LTPO panels since last year Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. That Galaxy S21 the series has a more efficient version of the technology. LTPO allows a monitor to change the refresh rate dynamically, and this helps optimize power consumption. Per en report, the iPhone 13 Pro’s OLED panel will be up to 20 percent more energy efficient compared to the current model.
LG is apparently working on conventional low temperature polycrystalline silicon (LTPS) TFT OLED panels for iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13. These models are not expected to support a high refresh rate and maintain a 60Hz screen.
The report also points out that OLED production for the iPhone 13 series has started a month earlier than last year, a sign that things are normalizing. The last few years iPhone 12 reach was severely affected due to the coronavirus pandemic, forcing Apple to delay the launch by a month. This year, Apple is likely to return to a launch plan for September.
In total, Samsung is expected to produce 80 million display units for the new iPhones, and LG is expected to supply 30 million panels.
According to a recent report The A15 Bionic chip, which will reportedly power the iPhone 13 series, has also come into production. It is rumored that the new phones will work better cameras, a slightly updated design with a smaller notch and Touch ID in the display. They are likely to be among them best smartphones from 2021.

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