Samsung Galaxy S24 Could Showcase Next-Gen Display Tech, Paving the Way for iPhone 16
The Samsung Galaxy S24 series, expected to be launched in early 2024, might feature next-generation M13 OLED displays. Here are the key points from the report:
M13 OLED Displays: The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is rumored to debut with M13 OLED displays. The “M” denotes the quality of materials used in the OLED panel, and the number signifies the generation of the technology.
Improved Efficiency: M13 panels are expected to enhance transmittance efficiency, which affects the display’s output and reduces power consumption. Samsung’s previous devices, including the Galaxy S23 Ultra, used M12 panels.
Potential Candidates: The Galaxy S24 Ultra is seen as the most likely candidate to feature the M13 panel. However, the standard Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus could also adopt this display technology if mass production scales up.
Apple’s Adoption: While Samsung might introduce M13 panels in the Galaxy S24 series, it’s expected that Apple will stick with M12 panels for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. The report suggests that Apple might incorporate M13 displays into the iPhone 16 series in 2024.
Increased RAM: There’s speculation that Samsung could raise the baseline RAM for the Galaxy S24 series. The baseline RAM might increase to 12GB for the Galaxy S24 and 16GB for the S24 Ultra, providing more performance headroom.
Battery Efficiency: While Samsung’s displays may offer improved power efficiency, Apple has been efficient in other areas, making the battle for battery life between the two flagship brands closely contested.
These potential upgrades in display technology and RAM could further enhance the competitiveness of Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series in the smartphone market.