Samsung’s New 6″ 4K AMOLED Displays – Perfect for Oculus Rift?

/ 10 years ago


It’s no secret that Oculus Rift DK2 uses a screen lifted right from the Galaxy Note 3 (see above), or that Facebook has been instrumental in brokering deals between Oculus VR and Samsung. Which is why news of the rumoured Samsung 6″ 4K AMOLED displays caught my attention.

The screens are said to feature an impressive 700+ppi on their 5.9″ Ultra HD Super AMOLED panel. It’s currently said that Samsung would start producing these panels next August. This is just in time for the projected release of the Galaxy Note 5 and also falls into projected Oculus Rift consumer release date.


There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be an incredible handset, which we expect to see at the IFA Expo in September 2015. However, I’m hopeful that this will be the panel Oculus VR need to push their VR technology to the next level and the high PPI level should be enough to clear up any screen-door effect issues.

Thank you PhoneArena for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of PhoneArena and Arstechnica.

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