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Samsung to Mass-Produce AMOLED Touch Displays

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Feb 1, 2010, 10:50 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Samsung recently revealed that it is mass manufacturing a new 3.3-inch AMOLED touch display for mobile phones. Samsung was able to take a 0.001mm touch sensor and place it over an AMOLED display, making the world's first touch-enabled AMOLED panel. This process will allow Samsung to make thinner displays that are brighter and sharper. This particular display will have WVGA (480X800) resolution. Production begins in March, and the display should be ready for handsets later this year.

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Feb 1, 2010, 12:26 PM

Something I don't get about this news headline. . .

Aren't most of Samsungs handsets that have 3in+ displays already have AMOLED displays? How is this anything new from what they've been doing the past yr?
Did samsung make their own screens or were they bought from a manuf. for their wireless devices?
are OLED i though and the nice new ones are AMOLED
"The on-board touch sensor, “marks the first time that a touch sensor was placed over an AMOLED substrate” reports the Korean IT Times. Typically, the touch-sensing glass panel and LED screen are manufactured separately an...
Are you confused because you only read the headline, or did you read the rest of it? 😛

It's a display and touch sensor combined into one component. That's a first.

All previous and current phones have a display with a separate clear touch pane...
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