Oppo launched the Find of the Decade, Oppo Find X3 series, on March 11. Prices start at 4,499 yuan, $693.
Samsung Display will introduce its low-power OLED drive technology “Adaptive Refresh Rate (Variable Refresh Rate)” to the industry in the second half of 2020, Samsung Display said this morning.
Samsung display said it recently provided adaptive refresh rate OLED panels to its Chinese customer, Oppo. Oppo uses the panel in its flagship Find X3 series, where low-power OLED technology reduces the total power consumption of the panel by 46% compared to its predecessor.
According to the introduction, as a low-power OLED technology, the adaptive refresh rate can automatically adjust the display refresh rate according to the user’s use environment, thus reducing the power consumption. For example, 120Hz is used for mobile games that require quick screen switching, 60Hz for movies, 30Hz for emails, and a refresh rate of less than 10Hz for still pictures.
In addition to Oppo, Samsung display will provide a 6.7-inch adaptive refresh rate OLED panel for OnePlus’ new smartphone OnePlus 9 Pro, we understand.