Shortly after Pixel 2 was released last year, it became clear that the XL version was suffering from various screen issues that Google had fixed with the help of software updates. Google had to explain the seemingly inferior OLED screen on the Pixel 2 XL screen compared to the Pixel 2, which means the manufacturer might have the error. But this will not happen this year, because Google finally chose the right OLED screen for the Pixel 3 XL.
LG has produced the OLED panels for the Pixel 2 XL, while Samsung OLED displays for the smaller Pixel 2. And Samsung has appeared in a YouTube video that was released after the release of the Pixel 2 XL display issues , subtle shots made at LG. If you're worried about any problems with the Pixel 3 XL's display, then you'll love iFixit's detailed Pixel 3 XL Teardown. We now know that the Pixel 3 XL has a Samsung OLED screen.
Samsung is still the clear leader in the mobile OLED screen market. That's why Apple chose Samsung Display as the exclusive screen provider for the iPhone X last year. And the production of screens used on the iPhone X is a very lucrative business for Samsung. LG must have improved its own OLED display production technology, and the company is already providing screens for some of the Apple iPhone XS models. But Google went with Samsung this year.
Even without iFixits teardown, we already knew that the Pixel 3 XL screen did very well in DisplayMate's tests. This is the same display authority that analyzes all the new flagship phones detailed iPhone XS and Galaxy Note 9. But the results of DisplayMate are not surprising, considering that the same company that displays the iPhone from the XS and the Galaxy Note 9 has also created the Pixel 3 XL screen ̵