Samsung has filed a patent application for a trademark for the Dynamic AMOLED display. It is possible that it is a new screen for the Galaxy S10 or future smartphone switching models.
Samsung has used AMOLED screens for years. The first Samsung smartphone with the Super AMOLED display was Samsung Galaxy S from 2010. Its predecessor, Samsung Galaxy, also used the AMOLED display.
On December 7, 2018, Samsung Electronics applied for protection of the name in the UK for “Dynamic AMOLED”. The trademark is classified as Class 9, which includes LED displays, VR headphones, smartphones, tablets and televisions.
Fieldfisher LLP from London requested approval for a trademark. This company often acts on behalf of Samsung Electronics.
Unfortunately, the trademark does not show clearly how Samsung plans to make the screen more dynamic. Last year, the company showed Dynamic AMOLED display on the event in 2017. This was a 9.1-inch OLED display prototype.
It is possible that Samsung has further developed this technology, so we can soon expect the first consumer electronics with the so-called dynamic AMOLED display. Perhaps this type of display will be used for the Galaxy S10, the company’s jubilee model expected around February 2019.
However, it is more likely that such displays will be used for future models of smartphones.