Apple introduced its latest iPad Air and iPad Pro tablets earlier this month. Unlike the iPad Air, the iPad Pro features a “Tandem OLED” display. iPad Mini models are unlikely to be introduced this year. According to a recently leaked Apple roadmap, the iPad Mini 7 will launch in 2026.

Now, a new report from Korea’s Naver corroborates the earlier leaks while revealing one of the device’s most important features. It claims the iPad Mini 7 will have an OLED display and launch in 2026, citing industry sources.

Apple began testing Samsung’s 8-inch OLED iPad Mini screens last month, according to the source. It is likely that the iPad Mini 7 will have the same 8.3-inch display size as the iPad Mini 6.

According to the report, Samsung Display began developing samples for the OLED iPad mini at Apple’s request last month. The development stage for mass production will begin within the year after we develop initial samples in the first half of this year.”

A new iPad Mini 7 won’t feature the “Tandem OLED” display found on the iPad Pro, the source says. A much higher brightness can be achieved using two overlaid OLED panels. Due to its high cost, it is unlikely that the next-generation iPad Mini will feature tandem OLED technology.

Currently, there aren’t many details available about the iPad Mini 7. It’s likely that the new mini slate will feature upgraded internals, but its design will remain largely unchanged.