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TalkOLED - OLED News and Information - Part 10

YotaPhone’s 2nd-gen E Ink phone prototype uses a 5" FHD Super AMOLED display

Russia based YotaPhone launched the world’s first hybrid E Ink / LCD mobile phone Europe only a few months ago , but the company already revealed a new 2nd-gen prototype phone. The main upgrade is the added touch capability on the 4.7″ E Ink display, which enables it to be used for messaging, e-mails, browsing and more. But I was also happy to hear that the 4.3″ 720p LCD has been replaced by a larger AMOLED display. In fact, the new yotaPhone uses the same 5″ Full-HD Super AMOLED display used in Samsung’s Galaxy S4 . Source: E-Ink-Info Read more about YotaPhone's 2nd-gen E Ink phone prototype uses a 5" FHD Super AMOLED display

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YotaPhone’s 2nd-gen E Ink phone prototype uses a 5" FHD Super AMOLED display

Will fitness bands help grow the PMOLED market?

Passive Matrix OLEDs ( PMOLEDs ) use a simple driver, which restricts the resolution and efficiency of the display, but also enables it to be produced easily and relatively on the cheap. The first OLED displays on the market (in 1998) were PMOLED, made by Pioneer, used in car audio systems. The PMOLED market grew in the past, up until 2006. Back then, the main application for those displays was the sub-display on clamshell phones. But then Apple launched the iPhone, and since then the clamshell design lost its popularity very quickly – and the PMOLED market is in decline ever since. Read more about Will fitness bands help grow the PMOLED market?

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Will fitness bands help grow the PMOLED market?