Display Makers OLED Oxide Tablet PC in 2015 – Thanks to Apples strategy change OXIDE OLED Displays will become popular
Thanks to Apple the major display makers LG-Display, Samsung-Display, JOLED plan to to commercializing oxide thin film Transistor TFT OLED and LCD Displays for Tablet PCs in Q2 2015. The korean industry says that Samsung Displays R&D line is developing Oxide TFT Technology for mid size Displays (Tablet-PCs). Also LG-Display plans to convert a R&D line for Oxide with AMOLED. The new japanese company JOLED (Sony, Panasonic, JDI) has also the goal to introduce mid size AMOLED Displays for Tablet Pcs. In 2014 the major companies are using amorphous silicon (a-si) to produce that kind of panels. Why the Display Makers want to develop OXIDE substrates? It is easy to describe because APPLE want to use the benefits of this technology lower power consumption and the companies can reduce the device thickness. Display makers also prefer oxide to LTPS substrate because the price of panels made with oxide substrate is relatively lower. Surprise Surprise Samsung Display and LG Display are planning a business strategies partnership to reach the goal to mass produce Oxide OLED in 2015.
Winstar Display Co. is a company from Taiwan, established in 1998 and has the focus to manufacturing and development of hiqh quality PM-OLED industrial displays products. Winstar is one of the leading company which delivers PMOLED for the industry. The company operate worldwide and not only OLEDs also TN/STN/FSTN LCM, COG LCD, FSC-LCD etc. The goal is also to resear & develop LCD and OLED Displays. Back in June 2014 Winstar the company hosted a seminar. There are two videos with the headlines “Winstar OLED Trend New Production Introduction” and “Winstar OLED Trend New Production Introduction”. Please check out the videos here are some important facts. Winstar plans also to develop flexible PMOLED DIsplays, at the moment the company use glass based PM-OLEDs.
It feels like I’m writing the same post over and over again – LG lowers the price of their OLED TV again… Only 7 days ago I posted that LG’s 2013 OLED TV model, the 55EA9800 is down to $3,198. And I estimated that it’s likely we’ll see a 55″ OLED TV for less than $3,000 very soon. Well! That did not take long. Amazon is now offering the EA9800 for only $2,799 via online retailer MCMelectronics. LG recently launched their new 2014 55″ curved FHD model (the 55EC9300) for $3,499 . They probably do not produce the EA9800 no longer, so supply for the older model is probably limited. LG will also soon launch a 65″ 4K OLED, and this one will cost $6,999 .
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Winstar , a leading PMOLED producer from Taiwan, hosted a seminar in June 2014, and they gave two OLED lectures – describing their OLED products in the present and the future development expected from Winstar. There’s some interesting details in there. First of all, while Winstar is currently producing glass-based PMOLEDs, the company is also developing flexible PMOLED panels. One of the major challenges is encapsulation and Winstar is using ALD technology for this at the moment, developed in collaboration with ITRI . Read more about Winstar details their PMOLED, flexible OLEDs and OLED lighting developments
Samsung Galaxy Mega-2 and Galaxy Note 4 Super-Amoled – Future Smartphone Foldable OLED concept patent
Galaxy Mega-2 with 5.99 inch Super-AMOLED There are rumors that Samsung plans to introduce the Galaxy Mega-2 and Galaxy Note 4 with Super-Amoled Displays. The codename from the Galaxy Mega-2 is “Vasta” and it features a 5.99 inch 1280×70 Pixel HD resolution AMOLED Display with a Samsung Exynos 4 (4415) processor, with a Quad-core Cortex-A9 CPU clocked at 1.4GHz, Mali-400MP4 GPU with a clock speed of 533MHz, 2GB of RAM, 12-megapixel main camera sensor with Full HD (1920×1080) video recording at 30FPS, and 8GB of internal memory which is user expandable via MicroSD card slot.The firmware is based on Android 4.4.4! Source Check out our article: Why Super-Amoled is a must habe for Smartphones/Tablet Pcs Galaxy Note 4 5.7 inch 1440 x 2560 Pixel (Quad HD) Super AMOLED display The newest version of the Galaxy NOte “4″ features also a Super-Amoled Display. The resolution is Quad HD with 1440×2560 Pixel which are 515ppi. The Galaxy Note 4 has no bendable Plastic OLED because the affiliate Samsung Display can not deliver so much bendable Displays for Samsung Electronics. Maybe we see a chance that Samsung plans to introduce two version “premium with curved screen” and a standard version. This flagship smartphone has also a Exynos 5433/Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB of RAM, a 16-megapixel camera, fingerprint, heart rate and UV sensors, 32GB of expandable storage, and Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Future Smartphone Foldable OLED concept patent Samsung display has filed a new patent for a foldable Smartphone product with a bendable OLED Display. The US Patent and Trademark OFfice published a brand new patent that showcase a display that essentially folds in between like a wallet. The goal is that you can fold the display backward and forward, and there is no danger to damage the display.
There are rumors that LG-Electronics is ready to introduce a new smartwach, wristwatch at the IFA-2014 event in Germany. The G-Watch 2 features a AMOLED Display which are produced from LG-Display. At the moment we have no informations about details (POLED? bendable, resolution etc.) LG want to introduce this new gadget with Googles voice recognitiion systems. This softare allows to check shopping information, messages, and other user defined information in real time. For sure LG use also the new Android wearable platform for this wristwatch and it should be a game changer device. It is possible that the G-Watch 2 will be powered by Qualcomms application processors. LG can not use their own in-house Odin branded processors. Apple plan to introduce thair iWatch also in September, the G-Wach 2 should compete with Apples device.
OLED-Tv 77EC980V EISA European High-End TV 2015 – EISA award for 77 inch curved 4k OLED-Television device from LG
LG DIsplay/LG Electronics is happy to announce that their 77 inch curved OLED-Tv device (77EC980V) is the winner of EISA´s European High End Television 2014/2015 award. The 77 inch OLED-Television features 4K UHD resolution with WRGB technology . At the CES-2014 the korean company showcased the 65 inch and 77 inch 4K version for the first time . LG Electronics is proud about this award and the sucess is a combination of the latest in advanced display technology ensures sharp, detailed imates and the highest contrast ratio. The korean company says that the biggest advantages of a curved OLED Tv is its ability to enhance the users immersive experience with its curved form . The Display “wraps around” the viewer, the customer fells the stability and being immersed in the image like a amphitheater. LG-Display that the bendable form of the OLED-Display is very similar to the “HOROPTER LINE” seen by the customers eyes. This new ergonomy suggest an immersive viewing experience and a wide viewing angle. With the Tru 4K Enginge Pro the award winner device can upscale lower resolution content to near 4K picture quality. The Eisa association has 50 member publications from about 20 european countries
LG announced their first-gen Android Wear smartwatch (the G Watch, which uses an LCD display) in March 2014, and the company is already reportedly getting ready to release the 2nd gen smartwatch next month during the IFA 2014 trade-show. LG G Watch According to Korea Times, the new G Watch 2 will adopt an OLED display, produced by LG Display. If this is true, it’s highly likely that this is a flexible OLED . After all, LG Display does not produce non-flexible small OLED panels. Read more about LG is developing an Android Wear smartwatch with an OLED display
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Philips and the Jason Bruges Studio showcase a new design Project with OLED lighting panels. The OLED Water Lily is the result of experiments on Lumiblade OLED lighting panels and liquids. The designer formed this project through a series of experiments on OLED and liquids, uses the organic and lightweight properties of OLED to create a floating digital surface. The lilies, blending nature and technology, only power when connected with the surface of the water. Incandescent bulbs generate the light by passing electricity via a wire, or fluoroscent lamps which pass current through a gas. OLED generate light by passing electricity through one ore more very thin layers of organic semiconductor material. At the Light and Building 2014 Philips showcase brand new OLED lighting panels. The new GL350 Panel is the first of its kind to be strong in the field of functional light. This panel measues 124.5 by 124.5 millimeters (~ 4.9 by 4.9 inches) and with a luminous flux of 120 lumens, the new OLED delivers enough light to be used for a functional lamp. See what happens when Lumiblade OLEDs are combined with liquid — the result is quite extraordinary! OLED Water Lily by Jason Bruges Studio Please feel free to use high resolution pictures from our Flickr Account! But please share the content and link back to us! High resoultion pictures from light and building 2014 event in Frankfurt If you like videos please go to our Youtube Channel Are you interested to buy some products
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Philips Lumiblade OLED Water Lily – The OLED lighting Water Lily by Jason Bruges Studio
On March 2014 Motorola showed their first smartwatch, the beautiful Moto 360 , and it will launch it on September 4th . It was widely speculated that it adopts an OLED panel – especially as it is always on and the battery drain on an LCD will be quite large. But today Best Buy posted a product listing by mistake (they took it off-line a short while later) which revealed the Moto 360 specifications: and it uses a 1.5″ 320×290 round LCD panel. This is quite a disappointment, I really hoped this beautiful time piece has an OLED display. Read more about Motorola's Moto 360 watch uses an LCD, not an OLED
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