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We’ve got some more details on the upcoming, non-official-yet Google phone. It’ll be called Nexus One , and will have a 3.7" WVGA touch AMOLED. It will be offered by ‘invitation’ only at first, but Google may team up with a carrier later one, we do not know yet
The Samsung Moment is a very popular phone – at least over at Amazon.com , where it’s currently #4 best selling smartphone . It’s more popular than the Palm Pre (also on Spring, and costs the same, $79.99). The most popular smartphones, by the way, are two BlackBerrys ( Bold 9700 and Curve 8900 ), and Motorola’s Droid .
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The Samsung Moment is very popular
Taiwan’s Innolux has acquired two companies that had OLED programs: TPO and CMO. This is a 3-way-merger that is supposed to take place in May 2010
CMO and TPO acquired by Innolux
If you have an Amazon Kindle e-reader , then you’d be happy to know that you can now read OLED-Info directly on your Kindle . The service costs $0.99 a month.
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The OLED-Info blog is now available for the Amazon Kindle
LG has announced a new LED LCD TV, that’s only 2.6mm thick. That’s even thinner than Sony’s XEL-1 OLED TV ! The new TV is 42", weights only 4Kg (!) and has a 120Hz refresh rate
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LG announces a 2.6mm thick LED LCD TV
Another company is starting to work on OLED lighting : Doosan Corporation Electro-Materials. They have signed an agreement with the Korean Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) to co-develop the OLEDs. They plan to use white phosphorescent materials that feature high efficiency and long lifetimes. Another company from the Doosan group ( Doosan DND ) has been working on OLED production systems since 2004 (although we haven’t heard any news from them in quite some time).
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Doosan to develop and commercialize OLED Lighting
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will begin in 3 weeks or so (7th of January). Previous CES have brought us a lot of exciting OLED announcements
What can we expect from CES 2010?
Yesterday we posted a video comparing the Samsung Omnia II ‘s OLED vs the Nokia N900’s LCD (and the OLED is much better, of course). Now the same user has uploaded another video, showing how the displays behave in direct sunlight – and the OLED is much better.
Samsung’s Omnia II vs Nokia’s N900 in direct sunlight
OCZ has reduced the price of their OLED Keyboard, from $135 to $112 .
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The OCZ Sabre OLED Keyboard now available for only $112