Here's what the 'p' stands for in the Pixel 2 XL's pOLED display
Oct 13, 2017, 22:42 IST
When Google announced its new Pixel 2 XL smartphone, it mentioned that it had a "pOLED" display.
We've heard of various types of OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays before, including the AMOLED type that exists in the Pixel 2 and other smartphones like Samsung's Galaxy lineup. But pOLED went by unexplained during Google's announcement.
So check out what "pOLED" is:AdvertisementGet the latest Google stock price here.
It's essentially the same as the "AMOLED" display on the regular Pixel 2.
pOLED panels can be thinner, lighter, and cost less to manufacture than regular glass OLED panels, which makes sense for mobile devices.
So what is the "p" in front of "OLED" in the Pixel 2 XL?