We’ve all been there.
We’ve been tempted to replace the phone’s LCD screen with a slightly bigger, more powerful OLED panel and hope it’ll somehow get us out of a jam.
But when the phone was unveiled earlier this year, it seemed like the world was going to end with a bang.
And for good reason: OLED panels are now cheap and plentiful, and you don’t have to wait to buy one.
But in the US, OLED panels aren’t exactly affordable, so we’re going to need to figure out a way to make a living with one.
Luckily, a new product has been launched by a Taiwanese manufacturer that’s trying to make the OLED screen work for us.
The company is called Hanyang, and it’s got an OLED display that has a resolution of 24.3 inches.
That’s roughly the same as the iPhone 9 Plus, the iPhone 8 Plus, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
It also has a 5,000:1 contrast ratio, which makes it one of the sharpest OLED displays out there.
If you’re a fan of OLED displays, this might be the device for you.
The iPhone X Plus is only available in China, though, so if you’re looking to buy it, the best place to look is Taiwan, where the company sells OLED displays.