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China’s BOE Display has been discussing its 5.5-Gen LTPS fab in Ordos for a long time. Today BOE announced that it finally approves the AMOLED line in that fab, and will begin construction soon in a 22 billion yuan investment ($3.6 billion). The fab’s capacity will be 54,000 glass substrates a month and will produce small and medium sized panels. BOE Ordos 5.5-Gen AMOLED fab According to earlier reports, the fab will begin producing LTPS LCDs soon (by the end of 2013). It’s not clear whether the AMOLED line is a new line or whether BOE will convert one of the LCD lines to AMOLED. It is expected that BOE will only start mass producing AMOLEDs by the end of 2014 . BOE’s AMOLED fab will use high-resolution FMM deposition and a WRGB architecture. We know that BOE is also developing ink-jet printing technology but this will most likely take more time to commercialize.
Samsung Galaxy Round Smartphone with curved Super-AMOLED – 5.7 inch flexible Super-Amoled with Full HD
5.7 inch flexible Super-Amoled with Full HD Samsung introduce the Galaxy-ROUND which is the world first smartphone with a 5.7 inch flexible/curved Super-Amoled with Full HD resolution. Samsung introduced also the “ROLL EFFECT” that enables user to check information such as date, time, missed call and battery easily when home screen is off, and the Gravity Effect for creating visual interaction with the screen by tilting the device. For music, the Bounce UX enables users to control their music. When the GALAXY ROUND’s display is off while the music player is running, a short press to the left of the device will play the previous track while a short press to the right will play the next track. For pictures and videos, the Side Mirror feature enables users to gain access to list of the album content with a left and right tilt. The large screen size of the GALAXY ROUND provides additional benefits to users. Useful One-Hand Operation features bring a user’s most desired controls closer to a preferred side of the screen. The device enables enhanced multitasking capabilities that allow users to fully utilize the larger screen through Multi Window, a feature that enables users to open more than one application on the screen, run simultaneous multiple instances of the same application or to easily share content between applications. Samsung plans to introduce the GALAXY ROUND in luxury Brown and more colours in Korea soon. [Show as slideshow] Related content: Samsung Galaxy Gear with 1,63 inch Super AMOLED Galaxy Note Super-Amoled-HD teaser Samsung Galaxy S Android Smartphone with 4-inch Super Amoled Samsung introduce Galaxy Note Pink Samsung Galaxy S Advance features Super-Amoled Samsung Galaxy Round Smartphone with curved Super-AMOLED is a post from: OLED TV Display Lighting Infos-News and resources
Panasonic showcase a 20 inch Tablet PC with 4K printed OLED Display at IFA-2013 – IFA-2013 Windows 8 Tablet PC from Panasonic
IFA-2013 Windows 8 Tablet PC from Panasonic Panasonic showcase the thinnest and lightest 20 inch Tablet PC with a 4K OLED Display at IFA-2013. The OLED is printed and has a 4K (3840×2160 Pixel) resolution. The Tablet Pc features Windows-8 a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or NVIDIA Tegra 4. At CES-2013 Panasonic shows off also a 20 inch Tablet but with LCD Display technology. Source Related content: Panasonic introduce smartphone with AMOLED in europe Comedd showcase Color filter lesl full-color OLED microdisplays at SID-2013 LG introduce three size of OLED-Tv at CES-2013 Japan Display showcase 5.2 inch FULL HD AMOLED Panel LG Display says UHD OLED TV panel products in various sizes and designs in 2015 Panasonic showcase a 20 inch Tablet PC with 4K printed OLED Display at IFA-2013 is a post from: OLED TV Display Lighting Infos-News and resources
Samsung Flexible AMOLED Design contest – How would you change people’s lives with Samsung Flexible Display technology?
How would you change people’s lives with Samsung Flexible Display technology? Samsung introduced at CES-2011 their first prototypes with flexible AMOLED technology. Under the brand “Youm” Samsung want to introduce first products in the next few years. Now the company is searching for the most innovative designers, hardware engineers and entrepreneurs to develop new product ideas that put our revolutionary Flexible Display technology to use in ways that will define the future. The contest is being organized by the Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center (part of the Device Solutions division of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.), together with Samsung Display Co., Ltd., a global leader in display panel technologies and products. Samsung is continuously innovating, and may develop information that is similar to materials submitted in this contest, so only non-confidential information should be submitted. Samsung says the flexible display can be 1 inch to 20 inch with a FULL HD Resolution. Source:http://samsungflexiblefuture.prizelogic.com/ Submit your business plan starting August 29th, 2013 at 12:00 PM ET – be sure to include these considerations*: Flexible display is a key part of your product (-) Your product’s value proposition is enabled by flexible display technology. Current alternatives are not able to provide the same value using existing technologies.
Visionox sent us two interesting updates. First of all, the company started the construction of a new 5.5-Gen AMOLED mass production line. Visionox says that according to current plans they expect to start production in the 2nd half of 2014. We do not have more details about this line and the AMOLED panels they plan to produce in it. In addition, Visionox developed a new 3.5″ monochrome flexible AMOLED. The panel has a maximum bending radius of 10 mm. Visionox says they use thin-film encapsulation for this panel. Read more about Visionox starts constructing a 5.5-Gen AMOLED line, develops a flexible 3.5" monochrome AMOLED
Samsung Display delivers now the 5 inch Full HD AMOLED for all customers – Apple Iphone-mini confirmed in a document- OLED forecast investment plan,…
Apple Iphone-mini confirmed in a document- OLED forecast investment plan, LG plans to roll out OLED-Tv in other countries soon In our article you will find many new industry insider and AMOLED news: Samsung Display offers new AMOLED panels to their customers including the S4 5 inch FULL HD panel Samsung Displays main customers and materials supply chain Flexible OLED market Apple Iphone-mini confirmed No Smartphone with flexible AMOLED from Samsung in 2013 Global OLED market trends and forecast LG is planning a global OLED-Tv release including USA, UK, Germany, France, Australia, Iran and Russia. Samsung Display delivers now the 5 inch Full HD Super AMOLED Display with 441 ppi to other companies. Since 04.07.2013 there are some changes on their official company website: http://samsungdisplay.com/kor/product/smart_mobile_phone.jsp The korean company offers now following AMOLEDs to their customer: 4.7 inch HD 4.8 inch HD 5.0 inch HD 5.5 inch HD 5.0 inch FULL HD S4 Display with 441 ppi 5 Zoll Full HD Super AMOLED 1920x1080p, 441 ppi Samsung Display materials supply chain and customers Samsung Displays main AMOLED customers at the moment: Samsung Electronics Nokia Motorola HTC Sony Samsung has many strategic partnerships with multiple foreign organic OLED materials makers since 2011. In August 2011, SDC agreed to develop OLED materials jointly with UDC of the US and Hodogaya Chemical of Japan. In 2011, Samsung Venture Investment increased its stake ownership in Sun Fine Chemical, Hodogaya’s subsidiary, and in September 2011, the company bought a stake in Novaled, a German organic OLED materials maker. Furthermore, Cheil Industries is believed to be reviewing a plan to purchase Novaled . These moves, part of the group’s efforts to prevent patent-related problems, should be beneficial to Korean OLED makers, as they will lead to domestic production of relevant materials through the sharing of patents and production technologies. Flexible OLED market Apple Iphone-mini confirmed There are many rumors about the flexible AMOLED industry, Samsung Display showcased flexible AMOLEDs in the last years at CES. Samsung has also their own brand “ YOUM ” The advantages is that FOLED use plastic coated substrats or polyimide instead of glass substrates
realized with Mixed Oxide Thin Film Transistors The Flexible Display Center announced that it has successfully manufactured the world’s largest flexible color AMOLED prototype using advanced mixed oxide thin film transistors (TFTs). Measuring 7.4 diagonal inches, the device was developed at the FDC in conjunction with Army Research Labs scientists. It also meets a critical target set by the U.S. Department of Defense to advance the development of full-color, full-motion video flexible OLED displays for use in thin, lightweight, bendable and highly rugged devices. “This is a significant manufacturing breakthrough for flexible display technology,” said Nick Colaneri, director of the FDC. “It provides a realistic path forward for the production of high performance, flexible, full color OLED displays, accelerating commercialization of the technology in the process.” Mixed oxide TFTs offer a highly cost-effective approach for manufacturing displays that deliver high performance, including vibrant colors, high switching speeds for video and reduced power consumption. Furthermore, mixed oxide TFTs can be manufactured on existing amorphous silicon production lines, eliminating the need for specialized equipment and processing, thereby reducing costs compared to competitive approaches. “One of the primary directives of the FDC has been to pursue approaches to flexible technologies that take advantage of existing manufacturing processes,” continued Colaneri.
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World largest flexible AMOLED Display – realized with Mixed Oxide Thin Film Transistors
Digitimes Research says they expect AMOLED handset panel shipments to reach 363 million units in 2015, up 332% from 2011 (110 million units). They expect Samsung and LG to produce 83.7% of the AMOLED market in 2015 (down from 97.7% today). In 2015, mobile phone panels will account for 88.7% of total AMOLED panel shipments (79.5% of the AMOLED market in terms of value). OLED TV panels will account for 12.4% of the AMOLED market in 2015 in terms of value. Digitimes expects both Samsung and LGD to significantly increase their OLED TV panel output in 2014-2016, and they say the companies will be able to start profiting on OLED TV panels around 2014-2015 as yields increase. DisplaySearch estimates that the AMOLED market will grow from almost 200 million units in 2012 to over 400 million units in 2015 . Source: Digitimes Market reports Mobile phones OLED TV
Universal Display Sid Rosenblatt about the future of OLED technology – Galaxy S4 Diamond Pixel, lifetime, Larger OLED panels for Tablet Pcs/Notebook,…
Galaxy S4 Diamond Pixel, lifetime, Larger OLED panels for Tablet Pcs/Notebook, Flexible OLED (FOLEDs), OLED-Tv, Apple iWatch Sid Rosenblatt, EVP and CFO of Universal Display spoke about the future of the OLED technology. Universal Display Corporation is a world leader in the development of innovative OLED technology for use in flat panel displays, lighting and organic electronics. Since 1994, the mission has been to provide these innovations to OLED manufacturers for their use in commercializing new generations of OLED products. Galaxy S4 Diamond Pixel layout green material The CFO of Universal display explain the Diamond Pixel layout from the Galaxy S4 doesn’t really matter because we coat the whole substrate. So when it’s in a vacuum chamber and has a shadow mask on it, we literally deposit green material, so one of the positive is it vaporizes and sticks to the glass if all that was green would all end up on the glass. If you got multiple pixels, you’ve got different pixels, you have a shadow mask. If it doesn’t end up on the glass, it ends up on the shadow mask. So it doesn’t matter whether as one diamond shaped pixel or 10 diamond shaped pixels per substrate, it’s the same amount of material that going to get on to it. So the fact that there were two green pixels doesn’t impact how much material we use at all. Galaxy S4 lifetime Sid Rosenblatt answered on that question: But the size and shape of the pixels might have some influence on what they need to do vis-à-vis doping concentration lifetime Sidney D
Apple buys LCD Displays from Samsung Display – Massive turn around at the thin glass market in the second quarter
Massive turn around at the thin glass market in the second quarter The korean thin glass market grows massive in the second quarter 2013, the reason is that Apple resuming its LCD Display purchase from Samsung Display. Soulbrain, Chemtronics, Global Display and Avatec are the leading companies in that segment. This major companies grow 34 percent in the second quarter 2013 in comparison to 2012. If we compare with 2011 the sales grew by 134 percent!!!! Samsung Electronics and Apple are the major companies which need thin glass for their products. Apple use thin glas also in the MacBook series and not only for iPhone and iPad. Also Intel use this kind of technology for their ultrabooks. Industry insider thinks that one of the reasons why Apple decided to come back to Samsung display is because of the thin glass technology. Samsung Display’s thin glass vendors have made a very visible growth in the industry, because Samsung Display, unlike LG Display, relies on its vendors for most of the thin glass processes.