2016-12-20

Apple iPhone 8 to Sport Curved Samsung OLED Display

The upcoming iPhone 8 will overhaul basic form factor designs, gone will be the flat glass screen design to sport a curved plastic OLED display made by arch-rival Samsung, reported The Korean Herald.
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2016-11-07

UBS: OLED iPhones Could Create Demand Spurt but Hurt Profits

What are some of the potential consequences of introducing OLED display technology in the iPhone 8?
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2016-08-11

Xiaomi on Samsung Smartphone OLED Display Waiting List

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi is on Samsung Display’s OLED display waiting list that is running well into 2017, reported Korean media etnews.
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2016-08-05

Sony Upgrades 4K OLED Master Monitor Features

Sony is expanding the capabilities of the BVM-X300 OLED master monitor, giving users more flexibility and more features for HDR and 4K production applications. Starting in October 2016, this updated version of the BVM-X300 will feature upgraded firmware including additional HDR EOTF and function support, new hardware with an HDMI input for easy connection to cameras or Blu-ray players, and a second 3G/HD-SDI 4K input for simpler system integration.
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2016-07-14

OLED Displays to Provide Shatterproof Phone Solutions

These days, it seems like gadgets are constantly improving, and now the next big development may be organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs. The technology promises to improve your phones' quality, durability and even foldability. An article in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, takes a look at the market for this technology and why it is expected to more than double by 2020.
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2016-07-07

OLED Display Shortage Might Delay Apple iPhone 8 Plans

Limited supply of OLED displays in 2017 could cut short Apple’s plans of using the screen in its 2017 iPhones, reported Investor’s Business Daily.
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2016-07-04

Samsung OLED Display Opportunities in the VR Market

Hanjong Lee, head of Samsung Display (SDC) marketing and sales operations in U.S., shares in this blog entry the outlook for OLED displays in VR market.
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2016-07-01

Samsung Display Files Patent for 3-in-1 Bendable OLED Device

Samsung Display published a patent application that demonstrates an OLED-based flexible 3-in-1 device that can function as a watch, a phone, and even a tablet, reported SAMMobile.
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2016-06-15

OLED Association Head Attacks QLED Display Quality

OLED Association Managing Director Barry Young criticized the quality of quantum dot (QD) displays compared to OLED displays.
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2016-05-27

Samsung’s New Bendable OLED Display is Expected to Boost Gadget Demand Once Commercialized

Samsung, the Korean display giant showcased a host of futuristic products, including OLED displays that can be rolled like a parchment, OLED displays for virtual reality gadgets and vehicles as well as hologram technology, reported Yahoo Tech.
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2016-03-09

LG Display Rumored to be Supplying OLED Display Solutions to Mercedes-Benz New E-Class

Mercedes-Benz, the leading luxury car maker, might be the first to adopt innovative OLED display solutions from LG Display in its vehicles, industry sources told Yonhap News.
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2016-02-23

Sonavation Introduces Fingerprint Imaging Through Smartphone OLED Display

Sonavation, the pioneer in ultrasound biometric technology, today announces its breakthrough capability of ultrasound biometric fingerprint imaging through OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays that are being designed for the next generation of smartphones, tablets, wearables and devices.
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2015-06-10

Samsung Display Introduces First Mirror and Transparent OLED Display Panels

Samsung Display unveiled the industry’s first Mirror and Transparent OLED display panels in a dazzling state-of-the-art showcase for personalized shopping and informational browsing, held this week at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The exhibit features the first retail use of advanced commercial OLED panels – a “virtual necklace” display for the world renowned Chow Sang Sang jewelry company.
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2014-05-14

UCLA Develops New Thin-film Transistor for LCD and OLEDs

A device created by UCLA researchers could lead to a significant leap in the quality of images on smartphones, computer displays, TVs and inkjet printers.
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2013-09-26

UCLA Engineers Develop a Stretchable and Foldable OLED Display

Researchers from UCLA's Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a transparent, elastic organic light-emitting device, or OLED, that could one day make all these possible. The OLED can be repeatedly stretched, folded and twisted at room temperature while still remaining lit and retaining its original shape.
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2013-08-05

Apple's New Patent: OLED Display Compensates Ambient Lighting and Lifetime Brightness Degradation

According to relevant reports, the US PTO recently published a new patent from Apple (filed in 2012) that describes how to use sensors to compensate for ambient lighting and lifetime brightness degradation in OLED displays. The patent describes that photo-diodes can be placed inside the OLED array or above and below it. Apple didn't use an OLED display in any of their products yet, but the company has been trying to improve the OLED technology, for example, the OLED color changes due to the long service time. This new patent includes many advanced technol...
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2013-08-05

LG Large-size OLED Display to be Put into Mass Production in the Second Half of 2014

To commemorate the completion of the new OLED production line, LG held a ceremony to celebrate the upcoming mass production of its 50-inch or larger OLED panel. For LG, the installation of production equipments for OLED screen indicates that it is closer to the mass production of OLED screen. On the equipment installation celebration held in Korea factory, LG said that it expected to put 50-inch or larger HDTV products into mass production from the second half of 2014. It is a bit later than the originally planned the first half of 2014. It is expected to n...
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2013-01-17

Global OLED Displays Output Keeps Rapid Growth

Samsung, LG and Panasonic have unveiled OLED displays at CES in Las Vegas. Promoted by them, OLED industry is still in the stage of steady development, but the market for OLED displays is apparently growing rapidly. According to Research and Markets, in 2011 the OLED displays output worldwide more than tripled compared to the previous year to approximately $3.3 billion. And it predicts that worldwide output is expected to reach $6.7 billion in 2012, more than double the 2011 figure. The shipment of OLED display panels around the globe reached 190 mill...
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2013-01-14

Panasonic Showcases 4k OLED Display Featuring Printing Process

At CES 2013, Panasonic has exhibited a 56-inch 4k OLED display. The company applied its own printing process to the display and cooperated with Sony in the development of the display's oxide semiconductor. Panasonic President Kazuhiro Tsuga stressed the large size, vivid color and slimness of the display in a keynote speech, however, the company has not disclosed when to mass-produce the display or its expected price....
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2012-11-22

Samsung to Launch Flexible-OLED Displays for Galaxy Range

Samsung is reported to release a series of ultra-flexible phones which packed in flexible OLED displays that can be twisted and folded, at some point during 2013. The company claims this new type of display is lighter, harder to break, and generally superior in every way to current glass-based panels. The firm is reportedly on the verge of rolling out mass production of the devices after years of speculation. Samsung’s upcoming flagship, known as the Galaxy S4, which is tipped for a Q2 2013 release, is expected to feature a 5-inch 1080p display based on this new typ...
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2012-10-25

Merck to Use Epson Ink Technology to Manufacture Ink for Large OLED Displays

Merck and Seiko Epson Corporation today announced a cooperation and licensing agreement for inkjet inks used in the manufacture of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays. According to the agreement, Epson will supply Merck with ink technology that dissolves Merck’s OLED materials so that they can be used for the production of printable displays used in OLED television screens. Financial terms of the business agreement were not disclosed. The use of inkjet technology for printing OLED displays requires a combination of long-lasting OLED materials a...
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2012-09-03

STMicroelectronics Cooperates with MicroOLED to Develop OLED Displays

STMicroelectronics has signed a strategic agreement with France-based MicroOLED company that develops and distributes OLEDs. Besides, St declared a minority equity investment of € 6 million in the company.   MicroOLED's advanced technology offers superior pixel density for improved image quality and also proves 50% more power efficiency than competitive displays. OLEDs can now have two-fold pixel densities and 10 to 100x more contrast ratios than alternate displays. By integrating these technology advantages, ST offers exceptional manufacturing m...
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2012-07-19

LG Reported to Develop 60-inch Flexible OLED Displays by 2017

According to The Korea Herald, LG Display has beat Samsung to be selected by Korean government for developing 60-inch flexible OLED displays by 2017 as part of its Future Flagship Program. So far, the world's largest flexible OLED display measures just 7.4 inches, so the LG-led consortium has a great deal of research and development ahead to create significantly larger transparent and flexible OLED displays. Led by The Ministry of Knowledge Economy, the program seeks to bolster Korea's economy by creating 840,000 jobs and exports valued at $56 b...
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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