Global certification companies SGS and TUV have awarded Samsung Display OLED panels Eye Care Display Certification and Flicker Free. This means that their approved displays emit an order of magnitude less harmful blue light (Bule Light) and lack the stroboscopic effect that causes dry eye syndrome, fatigue, disruption of circadian rhythms and poor sleep.
In order to avoid dangerous incidents, most display manufacturers began to fight the stroboscopic effect and create blue filters. Test results from SGS and TUV show that Samsung’s OLED displays have no stroboscopic effect at refresh rates of 60Hz, 90Hz, and 120Hz, and blue light emission is one-third less than conventional LCD panels.
When combined with the light mode, the amount of harmful blue light is gradually reduced by 78%. Samsung is constantly producing OLED screens, and in the future, we can expect more laptops equipped with the company’s displays.
“Samsung OLED has taken laptop image quality performance to the next level in terms of color, contrast, responsiveness, and more. impact on consumer vision,” said Baek Ji-ho, Head of Strategic Marketing for SMBs at Samsung Display.