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DisplaySearch posted an interesting article regarding Apple and how they plant o once again rely on display technology for the new product innovation. DisplaySearch estimates (based on supply chain research) that Apple will revamp nearly all of the displays in its products in 2014. Specifically, DisplaySearch estimates that the iWatch will indeed adopt a flexible OLED . Apple 2011 flexible OLED watch patent Specially, DisplaySearch says that the iWatch will use a 320×320 flexible AMOLED and the size of the display will be either 1.3″ or 1.63″. We heard reports last week from Korea suggesting pretty much the same specs . Last week I reported that I can’t see either LGD or Samsung being able to supply Apple with the flexible displays. But DisplaySearch estimates that the iWatch will only arrives towards the end of 2014, so it may be that LGD (or Samsung ) will indeed have the capacity to supply Apple by then. Read more about DisplaySearch: Apple to adopt a flexible OLED in the iWatch, Samsung to release a 10" AMOLED soon
Samsung Display now mass producing 5.7" flexible OLED, will release the first flexible OLED phone next week
Just minutes after posting that L GD announced it will start mass producing flexible OLEDs , here comes Samsung with their own announcement. It turns our that Samsung Display is already mass producing 5.7″ flexible OLEDs and supplying them to Samsung Electronics. Samsung will release the first flexible OLED phone (probably a Galaxy Note 3 Special-Edition ) “within days”. Samsung’s 5.7″ panel offers Full-HD resolution and it is only 0.12 mm thin. It weighs 5.2 grams and has a curvature radius is 400 mm. So while LG’s flexible display is larger at 6″, it is much thicker (more than three times thicker at 0.44 mm). Read more about Samsung Display now mass producing 5.7" flexible OLED, will release the first flexible OLED phone next week
Several reports from Korea suggests that LG Electronics is getting ready to announce their first phone that uses a flexible plastic-based curved OLED panel. Both reports say the new phone will sport a large 6″ panel and it will be announced soon – within days or in November at the latest. One thing the two sources do not agree upon is the name. CNet says it will be called the G Flex while ZDnet Korea claims it will be called the LG G Z or Z1. CNet says that they obtained the sketch shown above the shows how the new phone will look like. Read more about Reports suggest LG will unveil their flexible OLED phone "within days"
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Reports suggest LG will unveil their flexible OLED phone "within days"
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 3 earlier this month , with a 5.7″ Full-HD Super AMOLED display (386 PPI). Before this launched we heard many reports that the Note 3 will be the first phone to sport a plastic-based unbreakable flexible YOUM display . Some of these reports came from credited sources such as the OLED Association . One of the more interesting reports suggested that Samsung is actually preparing several Note 3 variants, each with a different display. A regular AMOLED will be the most popular one, but Samsung may use an LCD in some variants (this is probably because AMOLED supply may be very tight ). Read more about Will Samsung unveil a Galaxy Note 3 variant with an unbreakable flexible OLED display?
US Carrier T-Mobile announced they are accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 3 . The new “phablet” costs $199 (with a 2-year plan) and will be available on October 2nd – together with the $299 Galaxy Gear . Meanwhile AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy Gear. The Galaxy Note 3 that sports a 5.7″ Full-HD Super AMOLED display (386 PPI), a 2.3 Quad-Core CPU (or a 1.9 Ghz octa-core in some markets), 3 GB of RAM, 32/64GB of storage, a 13 MP camera (will be capable of 4K videos in some markets) and Android 4.3. Samsung managed to pack all this in a phone that is smaller and lighter than the Note 2 . Read more about Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear now available to pre-order in the US
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear now available to pre-order in the US
About four months after LG launched the world’s first curved TV (the 55″ 55EA9800 OLED TV ), both Samsung and Sony launched curved LCDs – showing us that LCDs can also curve. Samsung actually announced two models, in 55″ and 65″. Both offer UHD (4K) resolution (and so Samsung proudly says these are the world’s first curved UHD panels). Sony S990A Sony’s S990A curved LED-backlit LCD is 65″ in size, and “only” Full-HD. It features the color-enhancing Triluminos display technology (QDVision’s Quantum-Dot films).Sony’s TV is closer to market – in fact the company already accepts pre-orders in the US for $4,000. It will ship in late October 2013. Read more about Samsung and Sony showcase curved LCDs
Samsung and Sony showcase curved LCDs
Samsung is showing new 4K OLED TVs prototypes at the IFA 2013 exhibition. Samsung calls these panels a ‘proof of concept’ – which probably means we shouldn’t be expecting this panel in a commercial product soon. They are showing two models, one flat and one curved. It’s still not clear whether 4K at a 55″ TV actually makes a lot of sens e, but it seems that this is the way the market is moving, and it’s good to see more 4K OLED TV prototypes . Read more about Samsung shows a 4K OLED TV prototype
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LG showcase a curved 77-inch 4K UHD OLED-Television at IFA-2013 – World largtest curved OLED TV with UHD
World largtest curved OLED TV with UHD LG showcased the world largest OLED-Television at the IFA-2013. The television features 77 inch with UHD resolution, but not enough, the panel is also curved! The 77-inch model, however, combines LG’s WRGB OLED with a 4k resolution, giving you those detailed ultra high definition pictures. The president and CEO of LG says: “LG was proud to be the first company to commercially launch an OLED TV and we are once again setting our sights high with the Ultra HD Curved OLED TV,” “This 77-inch TV is proof that we will never stop pushing the boundaries and exploring new possibilities.” Details are thin on the ground for this new model, but we’d expect LG to pin a launch date and price tag on it by the time we hit CES 2014. Source Related content: LG-Electronics 55 inch OLED-Tv best pictures and videos LG plans to sell 200,000 to 300,000 55-inch OLED-Tv in 2012 55 inch OLED-Tv 55EM9600 LG-Display Samsung curved OLED-Tv at CES-2013 Samsung ES9500 Super OLED-Tv mass production ready LG showcase a curved 77-inch 4K UHD OLED-Television at IFA-2013 is a post from: OLED TV Display Lighting Infos-News and resources
As expected, Samsung launched two new mobile devices today with Super AMOLED displays. First up is the Galaxy Note 3 that sports a 5.7″ Full-HD Super AMOLED display (386 PPI), a 2.3 Quad-Core CPU (or a 1.9Ghz octa-core in some markets), 3 GB of RAM, 32/64GB of storage, a 13 MP camera (will be capable of 4K videos in some markets) and Android 4.3. Samsung managed to pack all this in a phone that is smaller and lighter than the Note 2 . The Galaxy Gear is Samsung’s first smartwatch and it features a 1.63″ 320×320 (275 PPI) Super AMOLED display, a 1.9 mp camera (can do 720p videos), 800Mhz processor, 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, Bluetooth 4, and a 315 mAh non-removeable battery. The watch will support third-party apps and 70 partners signed up to supply applications at launch. Read more about Samsung launches the Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, both with Super AMOLED dipslays
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Samsung launches the Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, both with Super AMOLED dipslays
320×320 pixel resolution Samsung introduced today the Samsung Galaxy Gear with a 1,63 inch Super Amoled Display and a 320×320 pixel resolution. “Samsung’s ongoing smart device innovation leadership reflects our commitment to listen to our consumers, who want their daily lives to be easier and more enjoyable. Samsung GALAXY Gear benefits consumers by integrating smart device technology even deeper into their everyday lives, and bridges the gap between the mobile device and fashion worlds to create truly wearable technology,” said JK Shin, CEO and President of IT & Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics. “Samsung GALAXY Gear frees users from the need to constantly check their smart devices while maintaining connections. It provides what we call ‘smart freedom,’ by allowing users to choose how, why, when and where they are connected.” Experience new mobile communications freedoms Samsung GALAXY Gear lets users to live in the moment while staying connected to their Samsung GALAXY devices. It notifies users of incoming messages, such as calls, texts, emails and alerts, delivers a preview of those messages and creates the opportunity for users to accept or discreetly ignore those messages. When an incoming message requires more than a quick glance, users can simply pick up their Samsung GALAXY devices and theSmart Relay feature will instantly reveal the full content on the screen. Voice operation The built-in speaker allows users to conduct hands-free calls directly from the Gear, maintaining connections to their mobile communications without disrupting their daily routines. For example, a user leaving the grocery store, whose hands are full with shopping bags, could still make a call by speaking into the GALAXY Gear without touching the screen.
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Samsung Galaxy Gear with 1,63 inch Super AMOLED – 320×320 pixel resolution