According to Korean site ETNews, Samsung Display decided to re-enter the OLED TV market. The Korean display maker reportedly finds it difficult to make a profit from the competitive LCD business (some reports suggest that SDC aims to split the OLED and LCD business soon ). Interestingly, the reports suggest that Samsung aims to use a WRGB architecture – like LG uses in their own OLED TVs , and unlike the direct-emission used in Samsung’s small display and first-generation OLED TVs. The WRGB (white OLED with color filters and four sub pixels) was originally developed at Kodak , and then bought by LG back in 2009 . Read more about Samsung reportedly plans its comeback to the OLED TV market with WRGB panels

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Samsung reportedly plans its comeback to the OLED TV market with WRGB panels