Samsung Mobile Display is reportedly gearing up to bring to the market a new, 7-inch, Super AMOLED display, one that would offer increased performance when compared to the currently available AMOLED touchscreen displays.
Moreover, rumor has it that Samsung would plan on packing the solution with its next Galaxy Tab flavor, another 7-inch tablet PC running under Google's Android operating system.
According to some of the latest news around the Internet, the new 7-inch Super AMOLED screen should be unveiled at the FPD-International conference in Japan from November 10th to the 12th.
However, it appears that the hardware solution won't enter production until later during the next year, which means that we might have to wait for about one year before the first devices to pack it would be delivered to the market.
The capacity should be of between “3 million to 30 million small and middle panels per month,” at the 5.5 gen plant next year.
The new 7 inch OLED panel reportedly boasts a higher, WXVGA resolution (1200 x 600 pixels).
Even so, it appears that this won't be the only type of display that Samsung has in store for us. The company should also showcase a 14-inch Transparent Display and 4.52-inch WVGA Flexible Display at the aforementioned event.
Moreover, a recent article con Samsung Hub suggests that other products the company plans to bring there include On-Cell 3D WVGA LCD Display and Dual play game mode Display.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab already comes to the market with a highly appealing 7-inch touchscreen display, and it seems that things are set to be better.
However, as stated above, we should expect for the next-gen Galaxy Tab to arrive on shelves with the new 7-inch Super AMOLED display only in late 2011.