Dec 06 AT 4:49 PM Dima Aryeh 10 Comments

Samsung could soon release a set of AMOLED tablets


Samsung has only released one tablet with an AMOLED display, the fairly unknown Galaxy Tab 7.7. It was the first large AMOLED display Samsung put into a tablet for mass production, and it was a damn good display. Many people prefer AMOLED over LCD, so why aren’t there more AMOLED tablets?

Fortunately, rumors claim that Samsung will return to building tablets with AMOLED displays very soon, even as early as the time of the Galaxy S5 launch. Korean media says that there will be both an 8-inch and a 10-inch tablet with an AMOLED display, and both will be high end tablets. Samsung’s more budget tablets will retain their LCD displays.

Personally, I’m very excited to see the quality of these displays. AMOLED technology has matured so much, and it seems like the right time for the technology to make a return to tablets. I’m a big fan of AMOLED displays, if you can’t tell. Are you excited to see the AMOLED tablet make a return?

Via: SamMobile

Source: Naver

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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  • Richard Yarrell

    Plain and simple nothing beats Samsung period.

    • squiddy20

      Plain and simple, you’re a fanboy, not an objective third party. Of course you’re going to say utter BS like this.

  • vivek201

    with the price $800 for 16GB and 1600$ for 32GB with 8 years contract….

  • Mike C.

    I would definitely buy it … if it had a big NEXUS logo on the back. Even a fantastic screen couldn’t compensate for Samsungs crappy software.

  • Paul Almond

    I have just bought a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
    I like many features of the device, especially its performance. It’s my first phone with a amoled screen, the colours do seem vibrant however I suspect that they are over saturated. There are other flaws with the display, probably not noticeable in everyday use, but easily detectable with an app like display tester pro.
    I hear your comment regarding amoled displays reaching maturity, but believe a good IPS led can still be better quality.

  • Paul Almond

    Can’t seem to edit comments, I meant to say IPS lcd screen

  • Sherman Davis

    Another garbage tablet. Sorry guys. The only REAL tablet out there in the market place is the iPad. Everything else is just useless.

  • G2

    They should change the design. :)

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  • http://no stokis

    ia had the 7.7 Amoled Tab. The screen was great, but all other things wasn’t so great. Now i have ipad 3, and i would like to buy 10 inch amoled tab. Will see, what sammy will propose for us.