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Samsung prepping AMOLED with capacitive touch

Posted on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 08:06:24 CET by

Samsung is working on the first AMOLED screens with integrated capacity touch sensors, the 3.3" display will offer a 480 x 800 pixel resolution and should be less heavy and thinner than traditional touchscreens. The new screen should be launched in March, but it's still unknown which handsets will adopt it.
As reported over on Engadget the new technology puts the capacitive touch elements directly on to the AMOLED display cells themselves, between the substrate and the bottom polarizer film - adding a mere 0.001mm to the thickness of the display while allowing for full touch response.

The technology contrasts with traditional capacitive touch screen systems, which overlay a glass cover isolated from the display itself via an air gap - a method of manufacture which both increases the size and the weight compared toSamsung's new innovation.
More info at Bit Tech.



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