HP plans to release a revamped version of its current-generation Spectre x360 15 convertible laptop with a 15.6-inch AMOLED display this year, the company has revealed ahead of CES. The inclusion of an OLED display makes this a very notable occurrence, as the the laptop will be the latest and largest of a small handful of devices released over the past few years to get such a display. It goes without saying that the display is among the key hardware components in any laptop, and plays a significant part in determining the overall experience with the device. By using an AMOLED panel instead of a traditional high-quality IPS-based one, HP's top-of-the-range Spectre x360 15 will be able to offer very bright and accurate colors (covers...
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