At this point it’s no secret Samsung is one of the world’s leading companies in display technology. The South Korean tech giant has historically made devices with superior panels and has continued to supply other manufacturers as well.
So it’s no surprise that the company recently filed a trademark for its new display technology. realistic pixels. This information is Covered by Galaxy Club, and then Thumbmobile dedicated article.
There are few details about what exactly the Lifelike Pixels trademark stands for, but the technology is used in OLED display panels in a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets and, most interestingly, VR and AR headsets. That’s it.
Lifelike Pixels may have been registered in advance. The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 comes as the technology could play a role in the company’s latest flagship series.For reference, Samsung’s latest lineup of high-end smartphones February 1, 2023, Reservations are already being accepted.
Nonetheless, it’s even more likely that the Lifelike Pixels trademark will become part of future Samsung devices. The South Korean tech giant is more determined than ever to make its smartphones more competitive, especially in the premium and ultra-premium market segments, in light of its impending financial difficulties.
Displays have historically been Samsung’s strength, so it makes a lot of sense for the company to further strengthen that particular selling point. Apple has yet to be seen.
Still, Lifelike Pixels is just one of many display technologies Samsung is working on.The company has also applied for its trademark Hybrid Flex technology showcased at CES 2023 earlier this month.