Dell launches the new XPS 13 with a 3.5K OLED touchscreen and Tiger Lake processors
Dell launched the XPS 13 9310 late last year, but the company has now given it a refresh of sorts. The newer model still comes with Intel Tiger Lake processors up to the Core i7-1185G7, along with 16 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and M.2 PCIe NVMe storage. However, the XPS 13 9310 is now available with an OLED display, which will a much higher contrast ratio than the IPS panels with which the XPS 13 9310 was previously only available.
According to Dell, the new OLED display option covers the DCI-P3 colour space fully and peaks at 400 nits, 100 nits fewer than the 4K and FHD touchscreen options. Moreover, the panel is DisplayHDR 500 and Dolby Vision certified. Dell adds that the OLED panel, which it markets as an InfinityEdge OLED touch display, has a 0.65% anti-reflective and anti-smudge coating. All but the entry-level display option has the coating, for reference.
The 3.5K (3,456 x 2,160 pixels) OLED option is a US$300 surcharge on the standard FHD non-touch display. Dell states that the display option will be available immediately in the US, but it has not stated when it plans to sell the XPS 13 9310 with an OLED display in other regions.