Over the years, OLED has been the existent display technology in most advanced smartphone devices and televisions for a particular reason and that reason is because it has a combination of copious colouration and an extensive range of contrast and also deep-blacks full of ink that other kinds of screens do not possess. Then comes the bomber, even though we have OLED technology in the phones we put in our pockets as we go through the day and in the TV we have hanging on the wall of our sitting rooms, we don’t have it on a major device that we spend hours looking during work hours – our PCs.
In the past, a few laptops have been released which had the OLED technology backing their screens in them, but none of these laptops made an impression such as to attract attention from the masses or even get sold. Those laptops had a major issue which was that the battery consumption was too high because of the OLED and that made the public to shun them to go after the usual LCD screens that had less battery consumption tendencies.
But the good news is that, things are beginning to look up as the year 2019 has gotten us to see the announcement of laptops that come with OLED screens whose prices are not extortionate. Lenovo, Razer, and HP have all made an announcement of their soon to be released OLED laptops that have the same display specs. The laptop from each company all have a 15-inch touchscreen panel with 4K resolution and 60Hz refresh rates and this is because they all are using the same Samsung panel and that dictates the size, resolution as well as other display features, plus these features are larger and higher in resolution that anything we’ve ever seen in the previous OLED PCs.
The HP Spectre x360 15 AMOLED has been tested and our sources found that Samsung panel in the all new Spectre x360 was released in 2018. The cost of the laptop is $1,999 which is $400 above the former Spectre x360 which has the same specs save for the LCD screen and the 512GB storage as the newer x360 has a 1TB storage.
The remaining part of the Spectre x360 15 AMOLED is on the real the same as the Spectre x360 13 except for the fact that the former has an additional number pad that is next to the keyboard and a full size HDMI port to support the two Thunderbolt 3 ports.
You can consider the Spectre x360 15 AMOLED as an example of a PC with an OLED screen that is practical, cheap to get, and does not compromise when it comes to producing a good display.