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Flexible and transparent 100% plastic OLED tiles were presented by Fraunhofer during the 2016 LOPEC in Munich. As the most promising project we see the Nigh Fly tile that was produced as part of the project Flex+. 0.3mm thick and … Read more!
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Ultra-Thin transparent OLED lighting panels presented by Fraunhofer FEP
According to news items from Japan, Sharp has developed a new 3.4″ bendable OLED prototype. With a resolution of 540×960 (corresponds to 326 PPI), the AMOLEDâ€™s aperture ratio is 57% and has a thickness of just 70um. While the backplane … Read more!
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Sharp presents prototypes of 3.4 inch bendable OLEDs
100 million 5.5 inch AMOLED displays will be produced by Samsung Display for Apple from next year on. The original rumour was heard in March: As ETNews revealed SDC is to become rival Appleâ€™s main supplier of OLEDs for the … Read more!
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Samsungâ€™s latest deal with Apple: 100m AMOLED displays for new iPhone
The top-of-the-line Audi TT RS Coupe was marked by the German company as the first car of the production line using OLED taillights. Werner Thomas, Project Manager for Innovations at Audi confirmed during the LOPEC in April that they are … Read more!
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Audi to serially produce the first car with OLED lighting
JOLED announces the breakthrough in the development of 12.2″ & 19.3″ OLED prototypes using printing technology Mr. Tomoaki Tsuboka, head of business development at JOLED, presented the prototypes of 2 OLED panels having been created applying printing technologies. The 12.2″ … Read more!
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JOLED shows new OLED prototypes using printing technology
Reports by Digitimes show that ITRI is working on an R&D pilot line for the production of flexible OLED lighting panels. About 700+ panels will leave the R2R line each month from next year onwards. These new OLEDs are based … Read more!
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ITRI to unveil pilot line for flexible OLED lighting
The EU launched a new OLED lighting project called the LEO project (Low-cost / energy Efficient OLEDs) that aims to develop efficient and cost-effective OLED applications for the lighting industry. LEO is a three-year project was launched as part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework with a grant of â‚¬4 million. The project partners are Osram , France’s CEA and Italy’s CNR, ArcelorMittal, Fundacion Gaiker (as the sustainability experts) and Cynora that will contribute innovative emitter and host materials for OLEDs. Read more about The EU launches a â‚¬4 million OLED lighting development project
N-Tech Research (Nanomarkets) released a new OLED lighting report ( OLED Lighting 2015-2022 ). The company acknowledges that OLED lighting still lacks the momentum they expected by now, by they still see the OLED lighting market reaching $1 billion in sales by 2020 and over $2.2 billion by the end of 2022. N-Tech says that we’ve seen impressive gains with OLED performance, and they expect to see increased emphasis on efficacy now. But of course the biggest issue with OLED lighting is the cost, and suppliers remain cautious and so the capacity expansion that is needed to lower costs are not here yet. Read more about Nanomarkets sees a $1 billion OLED lighting market in 2020
Nanomarkets sees a $1 billion OLED lighting market in 2020
As time change and pass by, Samsung is constantly improving upon the quality of its displays smartphones. Features of this new release Samsung take with it, meaning the same features and displays yet with a touch of a bit of change. In fact, based on the testing of DisplayMate, this is one of the best smartphones that is best displayed. The element for excellent smartphone is continuously known as one of the top performing and truly innovative displays in its successive generation and it is the leading smartphones which exhibited its high tech amazing displays. The displays tell whether how beautiful and good everything on the features of this Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge OLED including its camera images and most especially how readable and usable the screen that it has. These two new latest galaxy smartphones show off with its greatest technology and displays of OLED, thatâ€™s why galaxy smartphones continue to become more innovative and release new design models for every six months to give two OLED latest smartphones each year. Each new generation per year provides more improvement and significant enhancement to become advance with the new generation of Smartphones.Â The continuous trend of Samsung galaxy S6 in each generation is similar with Galaxy Note 4 as said to be one of the most high demand smartphones that is available on the market today. The Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 are two of the latest OLED technology of Samsung display today.
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge OLED Display Technology Shoot-Out – Super Amoled Galaxy S6 tested in the Lab
The Foldable AMOLED Display can signify the original momentous application designed for displays with great flexibility. But to make this technology a reality, manufacturers should first overcome the challenges like fatigue and high stress within the foldable part. The authors … Read more!