What is Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display?
Back in 2020, Samsung launched Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra with a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display. The company has been using this display panel in its flagship Galaxy S series since then. The recently launched Galaxy S22 series features the same display. So, many people want to know what exactly Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display is and how it differs from a normal AMOLED display. In this article, I will explain Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display and will also tell you how it is better than the normal AMOLED panels.
Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display
The Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display is the next generation AMOLED display. It comes with several improvements to offer a better viewing experience. Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display offers improved colors, better brightness, and better HDR. This display boasts to show the truest blacks and best color accuracy in terms of sRGB and DCI-P3 color gamuts. This display panel has also been certified by TUV Rheinland. So, it can reduce the harmful effects of Blue light emitted by display panels.
Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display panels also offer a 120Hz variable refresh rate. So, you experience smoother content and an improved video experience. Even with a high refresh rate, the display panel offers an improved battery back. The reason is low-temperature polycrystalline oxide technology or LTPO. This tech results in a responsive screen and also makes the display panel 20% more energy-efficient.
Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display is better than Dynamic AMOLED or Super AMOLED. So, the cost of production is also high. This is the reason Samsung is using Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display only in flagship smartphones.