Samsung unveiled the world’s first OLED mobile panel with built-in fingerprint sensors and heart rate detection. This panel with the name Sensor OLED It can significantly reduce the complexity of producing mobile phones and tablets. This product will probably be used in high-end phones soon.
In a statement, Samsung Display unveiled the world’s first OLED panel with a fingerprint sensor and cardiovascular tracking technologies. This means Samsung display internally OPD (or organic photodiode) has light recognition and companies no longer need to place a separate sensor under the OLED panel for fingerprint recognition.
The integration of this sensor with the display panel not only causes Occupying less space It can be done in the device, rather Production costs also lowers Due to the fact that the mentioned technology is used in each of the pixels of Samsung’s Sensor OLED panel, it can simultaneously detect fingerprints or heartbeats. several fingers to receive
Therefore, the biometric authentication feature in phones becomes more accurate and even the measurement feature can be used. blood pressure Accessed. This page can also simultaneously stress level measure
How does the Samsung Sensor OLED display work?
“The Sensor OLED display can measure heart rate, blood pressure, and stress levels simply by touching two fingers,” says Samsung. The OLED light is reflected differently depending on the density and smoothness of the blood vessels inside the finger, and when it returns to the panel, the OPD detects it and converts it into health information. […] To accurately measure a person’s blood pressure, it is necessary to Blood pressure of both hands Evaluated. “The Sensor OLED display can simultaneously sense the fingers of both hands and record health information more accurately than existing wearable devices.”
The South Korean tech giant has promised to showcase its new display at SID Display Week 2023 in the US. The event starts today in California and will host several other Samsung displays, including the company’s first rollable OLED mobile display.