Apple Watch flexible Retina OLED – It has a flexible Retina Display. Machine-polished sapphire screen.
This is APples Smartwatch the Apple Watch has a flexible OLED Retina Display with machine polished sapphire screen!It’s laminated to a single crystal of sapphire, the hardest transparent material after diamond. Apple use a Plastic OLED from LG-Display ! More details in a few minutes! Apple Watch has an amazing and rich design story.” And now it’s a Jony Ive video, as you’d normally expect. The Apple watch feature a custom developed S1 Chip that integrates many systems into one chipset. This new smartwatch from Apple features also MagSafe and wireless inductive charger, allowing for wireless charging! There are four LED lenses. It detects your pulse rate. There’s also a gyroscope and accelerometer.There are six different straps and a mechanism that makes those straps interchangeable. You can choose leather, polymer, metal mesh and stainless steel strap options, also you can buy three watch collections. stainless steel; the Sport comes with a aluminum casing; and the Apple Edition is made of 18k gold. Apple Watch is an entirely new opportunity for developers
Grundig unveiled a new 55″ OLED TV prototype at the IFA 2014 trade show. From the little information I have, it’s not entirely clear, but I think the resolution is Full-HD. It may be that the company also had a 4K OLED on display, probably a 65″ one. It’s highly likely (as was the case with the Panasonic 65″ OLED I reported about a couple of hours ago ) that the panel maker is LG Display. It will be great to see more makers release OLED TVs, even if there’s only one panel supplier. As far as I know Grundig did not say when this TV will be released, but it seems to be a real product, more advanced than Panasonic’s TV panel demonstration. Read more about Grunding shows a 55" OLED TV prototype
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Panasonic unveiled new 65″ 4K OLED TV prototypes at the IFA 2014 trade show. These are just concept models (panels in a stand), and the company’s director of home entertainment business says Panasonic is waiting for IFA attendees feedback before they decide to release those commercially. It is rather surprising to see Panasonic show these TVs. Sony and Panasonic halted their OLED TV joint development project in December 2013 , and later on Panasonic (with Sony and the INCJ) formed a new company, JOLED , to develop small/medium OLED panels. Panasonic’s OLED TV program development was probably halted, or slowed-down at best. Read more about Panasonic shows 65" 4K OLED TV prototypes
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Will OLED lighting save the world? LG Chem seems to think so, or at least they do according to this promotional OLED video they released last month: Besides being funny (weird?), this video sends out the current marketing message that is being used by several OLED lighting companies – of how OLED lighting provides the most natural light. Read more about Will OLED lighting save the world from Vampires?
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In June 2013, Cambridge University and Plastic Logic announced a research collaboration that aimed to develop transparent graphene-based backplanes for flexible displays . Now, following this collaboration, Plastic Logic demonstrated the world’s first flexible display that uses a graphene backplane. The first prototype is a 150 PPI active-matrix E Ink display, in which the electrodes were made from solution-processed graphene (patterned after deposition) in a low-temperature (less than 100 degrees Celsius) process. The UK Technology Strategy Board recently gave a grant towards this research, with an aim to develop full-color OLED displays within the next 12 months. Read more about Plastic Logic demonstrates the world's first flexible display with a graphene backplane
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Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) had some pretty interesting prototype OLED displays shown at the Touch Taiwan 2014 trade show last month. We do not have any information regarding how close are these prototypes to commercialization. So first up is a flexible AMOLED display . This panel is 4.8″ in size and 720×240 resolution (158 PPI). The company did not reveal any more technical details. The company also showed some simpler flexible PMOLED panels, demonstrating their sealing capabilities by immersing them under water (see image below). Read more about CPT shows flexible and transparent AMOLED prototypes
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It turns out that Samsung is OLED TV prototypes at their IFA booth, and two of these prototypes feature 4K panels. Those TVs are placed in one of the corners of the booth, and the staff at the booth says that while Samsung did not abandon OLED TVs, the company has no plans to release any OLED TVs “in the near future”. Despite reports to the contrary , we already know that Samsung isn’t planning to release any OLED TVs soon . But it’s still good to see OLED TVs being shown at trade shows. Samsung first unveiled 4K OLED prototypes at last year’s IFA . Read more about Samsung shows 4K OLED TV prototypes at the IFA 2014 trade show
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Motorola’s 2nd-Gen Moto X smartphone is an Android 4.4.4 device with a 5.2″ FHD (423 PPI) AMOLED display. Other features include a 2.5 Ghz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, 13 MP camera and a 2,300 mAh battery. The phone uses an aluminum case and can be customized via Moto Maker. The new Moto X will launch in September 2014 for $499.99 unlocked (or $99 on-contract).
New OLED gadget: Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)
This isn’t a big surprise, but LG said it will soon stop producing Plasma (PDP) panels, and the company is expected to officially announce this soon. As LG sees OLED TV as the future TV technology, it’s likely that more resources will be devoted now to towards OLED TV development. The other two major PDP makers, Panasonic and Samsung, already stopped producing these panes, leaving China’s Changhong as the single plasma producer. Read more about LG to soon stop producing plasma display panels
LG to soon stop producing plasma display panels
Last month during a trade show, AU Optronics had several AMOLED panel on display, including the 1.63″ 320×320 and 5″ 720p ones currently in mass production . AUO also showed the 5″ 720p flexible AMOLED shown below and a 5.7″ WQHD panel. According to OLEDNET, AUO is now focusing on flexible AMOLEDs , and the company will drive more resources towards developing flexible panels in 2015. Read more about AUO to focus on flexible OLEDs, shows a 5" curved AMOLED panel prototype
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