There’s not much to tablets. They have a body, display, port, and maybe a few buttons. The display is what sets tablets apart.

There are two types of displays in tablets LCD and OLED. There are other variations of OLED displays, such as AMOLED. And there are other variations of LCD displays like IPS and TFT.

In this article, I will explain what OLED displays are, what AMOLED displays are, and how they are different, and I will list all the tablets with OLED displays.

What Is an OLED Display?

An OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) display is a type of display technology used in many premium tablets. These displays have vibrant colors, high contrast ratios, and a thin form factor.

There are few things that set OLED displays apart:

  • They are energy efficient. Each pixel can be individually turned on or off. When displaying dark images, OLED screens can save power by turning off the corresponding pixels.
  • OLED displays are generally thinner, which allows the creation of more lightweight and portable tablets.
  • Wide Color Gamut. This makes it an ideal choice for tasks involving photos and videos. Whether you’re working with multimedia content or enjoying movies and games.
  • High Contrast. OLED displays can achieve high contrast ratios by individually controlling the brightness of each pixel. This results in deep blacks and bright whites, contributing to a stunning image quality.

What Is AMOLED Display?

AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode) is a display technology, It’s an advanced type of OLED screen technology. based on pixels of red, blue, and green organic material-based light-emitting diodes. The main difference between AMOLED and OLED is that AMOLED uses thin film transmitter (TFT) technology.

Making AMOLED displays more flexible allows the creation of larger screens, but it also consumes more power and is more expensive.

With AMOLED displays, you will get brighter displays with more vibrant colors.

What is Dynamic AMOLED 2X?

Dynamic AMOLED 2X is a display technology developed by Samsung, and it is an advanced version of the standard Dynamic AMOLED. You can find this technology in the latest Samsung tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra and others.

While both display technologies offer vibrant colors and high contrast, Dynamic AMOLED 2X incorporates dynamic tone mapping for improved contrast adjustments based on content, HDR10+ support for a more immersive visual experience with high dynamic range content, and adaptive refresh rates for smoother motion. The “2X” may indicate advancements in pixel density and arrangement, leading to more precise pixel placement and potentially higher resolution. Additionally, Dynamic AMOLED 2X often achieves higher brightness levels, contributing to better visibility in various lighting conditions.

Tablets with OLED Display

samsung galaxy tab s9 ultra with oled display

OLED displays in tablets are known for their vibrant colors, high contrast ratios, and energy efficiency, which elevate the display quality of tablets, making them ideal for a range of multimedia and productivity tasks.

Here’s a list of tablets with OLED display and OLED variations.

DisplayDisplay SizeResolutionRefresh Rate
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 UltraDynamic AMOLED 2X14.6-inches1848×2960120Hz
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 PlusDynamic AMOLED 2X12.4-inches1752×2800120Hz
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9Dynamic AMOLED 2X11-inches
1600×2560
120Hz
Huawei MatePad ProOLED11-inches2560×1600 120Hz
Huawei MatePad ProOLED13.2-inches2880×1920144Hz
Lenovo Tab ExtremeOLED14.5-inches1876×3000120Hz
Lenovo Pad ProOLED11.2-inches1536×2560120Hz
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 UltraSuper AMOLED14.6-inches1848×2960120Hz
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 PlusSuper AMOLED12.4-inches1752×2800120Hz
Lenovo Tab P12 ProAMOLED12.6-inches1600×2560120Hz

These tablets run different operating systems and come with different specifications and features. Some of these are not even available in the US market.

I personally enjoy Samsung tablets, due to their AMOLED 2X displays and long software and security updates.

Which Is The Best Tablet with OLED Display?

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra with its Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 14.6-inches, 1848×2960 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+, 16:10 ratio (~239 ppi density) and 90.7% screen-to-body ratio is the best tablet with OLED display you can buy.

Just like all Samsung tablets, it runs the Android operating system and has a Samsung S Pen(Stylus) included in the price.

FAQ

Does Apple Have Tablets with OLED displays?

No, Apple uses Liquid Retina displays for their iPads, which are a type of LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) technology. The term “Liquid Retina” refers to a high-resolution and advanced LCD display.

Do Samsung tablets have OLED screens?

Yes, all three variations of the latest Samsung S9 series tablets feature OLED screens. Specifically, Samsung employs Dynamic AMOLED 2X displays in these tablets, representing an advanced iteration of OLED technology. In previous models, Samsung utilized Super AMOLED displays, another variation within the OLED category.

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I'm a writer and editor in iPads & Android Tablets, Windows Tablet section. I'm passionate about technology, especially about tablets. I'm on a mission to assist people in discovering their ideal tablets. In addition, I'm dedicated to producing helpful how-to guides and sharing top-notch tips and tricks. In my early carrier I founded and became and editor at worldoftablet and have been a guest author at many other tech blogs. In wolfoftablet I'm focusing on iPads, Tablets, Apple Pencil, Apps, Reviews, Buyers Guides and Tablet Accessories. In free time I like to play games on my PS5 or iOS.