Samsung: “We do not use recycled SuperAMOLED screens on our phones”
As we all know, since the beginning of Samsung in what we consider its era of splendor in smartphones have been several points that have always kept it in the highest and in some ways, has given personality as a company. In its line of Galaxy S and Galaxy Note , would emphasize above all, the use of screens SuperAMOLED . The truth is that between 2009 and 2010 LCD technology on mobile devices had not yet even reached an acceptable level and Samsung gave some lessons on aspects..
But the SuperAMOLED technology and its manufacturer Samsung itself, also characterized from the beginning by controversy. They have recently been accused of by a company employee as they were using recycled SuperAMOLED screens in some of their smartphones, as reported by PhoneArena. And of course, Korea has raised a stir, until the point that Samsung itself has had to issue a statement:
“There is a rumor that we used recycled SuperAMOLED screens in our smartphones, but that’s not true at all. We have not used recycled SuperAMOLED screens in production processes, although some recycled panels have been used in other warranty services paid”
It is, according to Samsung itself a use of recycled screens SuperAMOLED occurs, but is panels for repair screens that have suffered riots and according to them the user always knows the circumstances , choosing between panels fully new ones that are more expensive or lower the price with a little repaired SuperAMOLED screens that is being recycled.http://androidblogcast.com/samsung-not-use-recycled-superamoled-screens-phones/https://i2.wp.com/androidblogcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/super-amoled.jpg?fit=500%2C282https://i2.wp.com/androidblogcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/super-amoled.jpg?resize=150%2C150NewsRecycle,Samsung,Smartphone,SuperAMOLED screens