Galaxy M41 may be Samsung’s first intermediary with third-party OLED
Since August of last year, we have seen the emergence of information related to the current generation of devices from Samsung’s midline, having been revealed at the time that the manufacturer planned to reveal at least three new devices to the market, namely the Galaxy M21, M31, and Galaxy M41.
With the official launch of the first two at the beginning of this year, attention begins to turn to the most robust device among the speculated devices, having been seen as the only possible information so far a supposed rendering, which we have also seen here .
Following on the path to follow leaks and rumors of what we can expect from him, we have the emergence of the information that this may be the first input device of the brand to bring an OLED screen that is not signed by Samsung itself, being used a panel of partner.
According to the speculated information, the supplier in these panels would possibly be TCL’s China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT), however there are no guarantees in this regard, given that the manufacturer also evaluates other suppliers which would include BOE as a partner.
Despite being a manufacturer not so well known to consumers, CSOT already supplies for devices recently announced in the international market recently, which includes the advanced Xiaomi Mi 10 and the intermediary Motorola Edge, both presented this year by their manufacturers.
With regard to the expected specifications for this screen, we have that we will possibly have a 6.67 “OLED panel with Full HD + resolution, 19.5: 9 ratio and with that, offer a larger screen than the Galaxy M31 (presented in this generation) and the Galaxy M40 (which possibly gives way to it).
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