Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Samsung introduces a new panel capable of simultaneously reading fingerprints and cardiac information

Samsung’s new generation of OLED technologies includes the Rollable Flex Roll-Up Panel, designed for tablets and laptops, and the Sensor OLED, a panel that integrates sensors for the simultaneous reading of fingerprints and biometric information.

Samsung has presented its new prototypes of OLED technologies within the framework of SID Display Week, which is being held this week in Los Angeles (California, USA), along with other well-known ones such as Flex In & Out , which can rotate 360 ​​degrees—that is, it can be folded in and out—and the Flex Hybrid form factor, which combines the possibility of folding and rolling the screen in a single device.

As a novelty, Samsung showed the Rollable Flex, a roll-up panel proposal that extends the screen for a tablet or laptop by up to five times its folded surface.

To achieve this scalability, the panel is rotated on an O-shaped axis as if it were a scroll, as the company detailed in a press release.

It has also presented the Sensor OLED, a panel that integrates a biosensor for fingerprints, allowing them to be scanned across the entire surface. The concept differs from other proposals, which integrate a separate module on the screen.

Another feature of this prototype is that it can also measure heart rate, blood pressure and stress levels to monitor cardiovascular health. To do this, the user only needs to touch the surface with two fingers.

According to the company, this panel technology can read both fingerprints and cardiac information simultaneously.

Samsung also brings QD-OLED technology to SID Display Week, which stands out for providing image quality from any angle without distortion, and is shown on a 77-inch television and two monitors of 34 and 49 inches.

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