The Korean mobile making firm Samsung has acquired the “Flicker-Free” certification from the certification company TUV Rheinland. As per the official report from Samsung, 13.3, 13.5, 14 14.5, 15.6, and 16-inch OLED falls under the obtained certification.
The new tinged abstraction to build an intangible material inside the display would be the basic summary of the “Flicker Free” concept. According to previous reports based on the futuristic concept, stroboscopic hints at the occurrence of an imperceptible quivering of the screen due to wobbling brightness on a TV screen.
It is a bit closer race for humans to perceive the stroboscopic phenomenon. But it could cause a few problems for the eye if we have been in such a visual ambiance for a long time, from a mild headache to exasperating eye irritation. Even a vision loss would happen in some cases.
Many display makers have started building “Flicker Free” screens to avoid such peril incidents to eliminate the risks. The German Rheinland trail test results indicate that Samsung OLED wouldn’t generate stroboscopic phenomenon at different refresh rates of 60 Hz, 90 Hz, and 120 Hz.
Simultaneously, Samsung notebook OLED is scrupulously assembled to reduce harmful blue light (Bule Light) and has secured the “Eye Care Display” certification from the certification company SGS. The ratio of deleterious blue light from Samsung OLED products is 1:3 that of LADS, yet another SGS evaluation test results show that the Samsung OLED screen is fine-tuned to “dark mode,”.
Juxtaposed to light mode, the amount of harmful blue light is gradually reduced by 78%. Samsung has been producing OLED Screens continuously, and we can expect a plethora of notebooks packed with this Samsung display in the coming days. As we approach the new month of this year, several electrifying news have been awaiting to jolt the tech industry by introducing new products.