Apples iWatch with P-OLED and Product Roadmap 2014/15 – New Product Apple Roadmap iWatch, iPhone6, IPhone6S, iPad Pro DIsplay size details!
Thanks to the document from Asia Pacific Equity Research and some korean insiders we can inform you about the Product Roadmap from Apple and the display size and technology details. This informations are real becaus of the informations of the supply chain companies. This document suggest a bigger iPhone6 and iPhone6S, iWatch with Plastic OLED, and a bigger iPad Pro. Apple iWatch with POLED from LG-Display Our website is focused on OLED so lets start with the first product from Apple which use a OLED Display. This report believes that Apples Smartwatch are possible in two sizes a 1.3 inch and a 1.6 inch. The resolution of both sizes are 320×320 pixel with 348ppi or 278ppi with a On-Cell Touch panel.Supplier Candidates are LGD-Display for the POLED, TPK&GIS cover lamination GT for the sapphire material.Apple plan tu ose a Plastic OLED screen with sapphire glass hybrid cover. As a example Sonys Smartwatch2 1.6 inch 220×176 pixels use a LCD Screen with a glass cover. Samsung use a 1.63 inch AMOLED 320×320 Pixel with spphire cover. LG Display is ready to produce enough Displays with their 4.5G plant (14K/month) for Apple
Really cheap Printed OLED-Tv panels ready in 2016/2017 – Samsung Display to mass produce OLED-Tvs in 2015
Many companies want to introduce a technology which they can print OLED-Displays , Panasonic, Kateeva, Dupont are developing this kind of technology. Panasonic showcased printed OLED-Television panels at CES-2014 , but the major problem are the organic material. But the major companies explained how material technology is rapidly improving. The efficiency and lifetime of red and green emitting materials with the hole carrier materials (HIL, HTL) based on printing ink type dissolved in solvent rech up to the level of evaporated emitters. You have to learn that the evaporation method in high vacuum chamber has major problems because it is difficult to evaporete either in small pixel or in large panel size. The costs are high because with this process the companies has about 70 percent waste of the material. To print OLED materials they are first transformed into the printer, and then they print out the material with only 10 percent waste of material. This process is very simple the companies can minimize material dissipation and can produce cheaper and larger panels. The companies need to develop highly efficient, durable materials that are printable.
The IFA 2014 event starts next week (on September 5th, in Berlin) and I think it’s going to be a very interesting trade show. We have three confirmed unveiling events for next week. Samsung will show the Galaxy Note 4. It’s pretty much confirmed that the new large smartphone will use a 5.7″ QHD Super AMOLED display , but some reports suggest Samsung will also show a premium variant with a curved flexible OLED panel (I don’t think this is likely , but you never know). Read more about What new OLED gadgets will be unveiled next week at the IFA tradeshow?
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Fujifilm’s X30 is an enthusiast premium compact digital camera with a classic design. It has a 2/3″ CMSO sensor and 28-112mm (F2-F2.8) lens. It has a 3″ tilting LCD display and an XGA OLED viewfinder (EVF). The X30 will ship in September 2014 for $599.95.
New OLED gadget: Fujifilm X30
A few days ago it was reported that LG is already developing its second-gen Android Wear smartwatch, this one with a flexible AMOLED panel. Now LG published a teaser that shows a circular smart watch (quite similar to Motorola’s Moto 360) that the company will unveil next week at the IFA trade show. It doesn’t seem to use a flexible OLED (it seems like a flat display) – but it makes sense that if LG intends this watch to be always-on, with its mostly black UI, they will choose an OLED display as it will be much more efficient in this mode. Read more about LG to show a circular smartwatch next week, will it use an OLED?
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In March 2014, LG launched their 2014 OLED TV lineup in Korea , which includes 55″, 65″ and 77″ 4K and FHD panels. But today the company officially started accepting pre-orders for the world’s first 4K OLED TV in Korea, with two models – the 77″ 77EG9700 and the 65″ 65EC9700 . The 65″ model costs 12 million Won in Korea ($11,700), the price for the 77″ model was not disclosed. Those TVs will soon arrive in Europe and the US, with the 65″ model’s price in the UK set at £5,999 (just over $10,000), and price in the US will reportedly be $6,999 . LG is now rolling out their Full-HD 55″ curved OLED TV in the US for $3,499 . Read more about LG starts accepting pre-orders for 65" and 77" UHD OLED TVs in Korea
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New AUO AMOLED/LCD Displays at Touch Taiwan event – flexible 5 inch AMOLED, 1.6 inch wearable device, 5.5 inch with 0.45 mm thickness
At the Touch Taiwan 2014 event held in Taipei Nangang AUO showcase some brand new Display products. For the first time AUO can showcase a 5 inch Full HD and 8 inch WQXGA 1600×2560 LCD panel adopting a-SI (amorphous silicon) display technology. Also a 5.5 inch Full HD in-cell Touch AMOLED Panel (like Samsung DIsplays Super-AMOLED) The company is also happy to showcase the world thinnest 4.3 inch LTPS TFT-LCD with ultra thin glass on carrier technolgy with a thickness of 0.92mm!! AUO suggest new AMOLED Displays for smartphones, wearable devices, and the development for flexible AMOLED technology is also a major goal. Their 5.5 inch Full HD in-cell Touch AMOLED panel has successfully integrated touch function with in the panel. To reach that goal AUO are using the glass thinning technology, the panel thickness has been reduced to 0.45 mm, and the resolution has also been raised to 403 ppi. This panel suggeset high color saturation, high contrast, slimness, flexibility and low poer consumption and is designed for the smartphone market. Auo is happy that this panel is the winner of a Gold Panel Ward. AUO is also ready to showcase a 1.6 inch OLED Display for smart watches, healthcare and medical purposes. Their new 5 inch flexible AMOLED Touch panel is based on a plastic substrate and thin film encapsulation.
World first 4K OLED TV 65 and 77 inch available October 2014 – LG introduce world first 4K OLED-Tv 77EG9700 and 65EC9700
LG Electronics is ready to start of sales of the world first 4K OLED-TV devices. LG is ready to introduce a 77 and a 65 inch device (models 77EG9700 and 65EC9700). 4K OLED TV features the best curved display technology with 3840×2160 Pixel. LG describe this with the superiority of OLED over conventional display technology, providing a viewing experience that is nothing short of amazing. Simply put, it is the future of television. LG is ready to ship the first devices in October 2014 with for about 19.999.- Euro 77 inch and 65 inch 5.999.- Euro. LG are using not the same technology like Samsung for their panels. LG are using four color Pixel WRGB technology. Red, Gree, Blue and a White 33 sub-Pixels are working to produce the most lifelike colors and infinite contrast and response time.
Samsung released fives smartwatches in the past year – and all of them used AMOLED displays: 1.63″ 320×320 Super AMOLEDs in all the Galaxy Gear series watches and a 1.84″ (432×128) Curved Super AMOLED in the Gear Fit . Samsung Gear Fit Now we hear a report saying that Samsung is set to release yet another smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear 3. It will be based on the Tizen OS, and will sport a rectangular curved (flexible) OLED display. This panel will have a very pronounced curve – significantly more curved than the Gear Fit. The report also says that the display will have an impressive brightness and color saturation. Read more about Report: Samsung to unveil yet another smartwatch next month, with a curved OLED display
Sony’s DSC-KW11 is a selfie-oriented digital camera that looks like a perfume bottle. Features include a 19.2 mp camera, f/2 2 mm wide-angle lens (that can be rotated) and a 3.3″ AMOLED display (1,299K dots). The DSC-KW11 will ship in Asia in October 2014 for about $845.
New OLED gadget: Sony DSC-KW11