Is Your Smartphone Using A Samsung OLED Display? Here’s How To Check

Here’s how to check if your smartphone is using a Samsung OLED display. Samsung display technology is widely regarded as one of the best smartphone displays currently available in the market. But the Korean electronic giant is not the only supplier of displays for smartphones. There is plethora of vendors vieying to serve the needs of smartphone manufacturers with their particular flavor of display technology. However, Samsung has the highest market share in the industry owing to the superior panel quality it delivers for devices that you are using. If you want to verify if the display on the handset you currently own, or the next one you’re looking to buy as your daily driver, is from Samsung, follow the steps below to check it.

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How To Verify If Your Smartphones Uses A Samsung OLED Display:

Recently, Samsung launched a new page named OLED Era, offering a free verification service for smartphone owners to check if their device is using a display made Samsung.

For that, you need to visit this page. After that, perform the following steps.

Step 1 – Click on the three horizontal lines to open a drop-down menu. An arrow points toward where to click in the image below.

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Step 2 – On the drop-down menu, click on the OLED Finder option.

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After clicking on OLED Finder, the service will take you to a new page. Here you’ll see a tow of smartphone vendors such as Realme, Vivo, Xiaomi, Samsung, Oppo, OnePlus, Asus, and others. Click on your preferred vendor to enlarge the menu with two options: Series and Model.

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Step 3 – Now click on the Series and Model drop-down menu, select the smartphone whose OLED display status you want to know about. Scroll down to the bottom to see the result.

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Step 4 – The webpage dedicated to the OLED Finder service will now tell you that the samrphone model you selected has a Samsung display.

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Step 5 – That’s all.

But Apple’s name is not mentioned on the list of vendors. Even if you click on the Others options, you will receive this message: ‘Sorry. It is difficult to check the model you have searched.’

Apple’s glaring absense on the list of smartphone manufacturers is surprising considering the Cupertino company is one of Samsung’s biggest customers of OLED displays used in most of the recent iPhone Pro models. Hopefully, we will see Apple’s name back in the list in the future.