Last month, the Black Shark 3 and Black Shark 3 Pro were released, becoming the world’s first 5G gaming phones.
Careful users may have noticed that the Black Shark 3 is clearly equipped with a Samsung AMOLED screen, while the Black Shark 3 Pro does not name the supplier.
According to Korean media reports, the Black Shark 3 Pro uses a 2.5D OLED flexible screen provided by BOE.
According to the official introduction, the Black Shark 3 Pro uses a 7.1-inch 3120×1440-level resolution large screen, 90Hz refresh rate, 270Hz touch sampling rate, supports MEMC motion compensation, screen pressure sensitivity 3.0, 10-bit color depth, Advanced features such as HDR10+ Display certification and DC dimming.
In terms of color accuracy, Delta E is less than 1, and JNCD is less than 0.55.
At least from the perspective of paper parameters, this OLED screen of BOE is the current top level.
Korean media said that the screen is from BOE’s B7 line, and products from the same production line will also be supplied to the Huawei P40 series.
In addition, the report mentioned that Samsung’s external supply of 2/3 of the Black Shark and Huawei’s P40 series are OCTA technology panels, and BOE is also improving the yield and production capacity of this technology.