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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is now shipping in the US for $699 (Wi-Fi edition). This gaming and entertainment optimized Android V7 tablet features a 9.7″ QXGA (2048×1536) Super AMOLED display, a quad-core Snapdragon 820 CPU, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, microSD slot and quad-stereo speakers. According to report from Korea, Samsung Electronics has decided to start adopting OLED displays in all of its tablet devices and to increasingly use OLEDs in laptops. The Galaxy Tab S3 is the company’s latest OLED tablet. Read more about Samsung's Super AMOLED Galaxy Tab S3 is now shipping
A report from SinoCast claims that LG has decided to sell OLED production equipment to Tianma . The deal was signed in May 2016 and deliveries of the equipment have now commenced. This is a rather strange report. First of all, the company mentioned was LG Electronics, which do not produce OLED displays – LG Display (the report does say that “LGD uses the same equipment”). Read more about Is LG selling OLED equipment to Shanghai Tianma?
Is LG selling OLED equipment to Shanghai Tianma?
Taiwan-based PMOLED maker Wisechip announced it is developing transparent and flexible PMOLED displays last year, and the company has presented new prototype displays in a trade show in Germany last week. Wisechip demonstrated three flexible OLEDs – a 1.8″ 160×32 panel and a 1.36″ 128×16 panel. Both are monochrome (white) panels as you can see in the photo above. The third display is a 256×64 one. The curvature radius of Wisechip’s displays is 40 mm. The photo also includes a demonstration of a PMOLED display embedded in a credit card form. Read more about Wisechip demonstrate new flexible and transparent PMOLED prototypes
Solomon Systech announced it financial results for 2016, and the Hong Kong based display IC maker reported strong growth of its PMOLED display drivers in 2016, following strong demand from the wearable market. Solomon Systech also announced several new design wins for its PMOLED display drivers with “world-renowned brands of wearable health and fitness devices”. In January 2017 the company shipped its millionth SSD1306 PMOLED driver , the best selling OLED driver ever. The SSD1306 has been introduced in 2008 and is (according to Solomon Systech) the de-facto PMOLED module design standard. Read more about Solomon Systech reports strong growth of PMOLED display driver sales
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Solomon Systech reports strong growth of PMOLED display driver sales
Taiwan’s AU Optronics started to mass produce smartphone-sized OLED panels back in August 2014 , but the company later changed its focus to wearable and VR panels . AUO production capacity is relatively low at its AFPD Gen-4.5 LTPS fab in Singapore , but we now hear reports that AUO’s yields have been improving. In fact AUO has managed to lower the prices of its AMOLED displays, and has now resumed production and sale of smartphone sized OLEDs, especially its 4.97″ 720p (1280×720) on-cell touch AMOLED . Read more about AUO sees improved AMOLED production yields, resume smartphone AMOLED production at lower prices
LG started shipping the 65″ Signature Wallpaper OLED W in the US recently. The price of LG’s flagship TV is $7,999 (the 77″ will cost $19,999 and will launch later this year). Value Electronics in New York now has one such on display, and the company sent us the following photos and video showing the display in action. We also discussed the installation and quality of the new TV. Robert Zohn from VE says that the TV wall mounts very easily and the connection is done via the low-voltage control cable which is placed inside the wall. The cable is then connected to the I/O box (which LG calls the AIO box). This creates the beautiful look as the TV has no visible connections and is virtually attached on the wall with a very thin profile. Read more about How does LG's Wallpaper OLEDW7 compare to last year's high-end OLEDs?
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How does LG’s Wallpaper OLEDW7 compare to last year’s high-end OLEDs?
OLED ink-jet developer Kateeva announced that it expanded its headquarters in silicon valley – in fact it doubled its manufacturing space in order to meet the demand for its inkjet systems. Kateeva leased a new building adjacent to its HQ adding 75,000 sq. ft – mostly for manufacturing and business operations. Kateeva’s current headcount has reached 330 people as orders for its YieldJet systems soared. Read more about Kateeva doubles its manufacturing space in order to meet the demand for its OLED inkjet systems
The first edition of the International TADF Symposium, hosted by CYNORA, is intended to provide a professional forum for industry and academia experts. During the symposium all aspects related to research and development of TADF OLED materials, from modeling through synthesis to analytics and device fabrication, will be covered and discussed in several lectures. The symposium, will take place in Frankfurt in the Hilton City Center Hotel, September 7, 2017. Don`t miss this opportunity to meet top experts providing insights into the Next-Generation OLEDs! For more information visit www.tadf-symposium.com . Read more about Save the Date: International TADF Symposium
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Save the Date: International TADF Symposium
LG announced that it is developing a new VR headset that is powered by Valve’s StreamVR tracking. LG demonstrated a prototype at the Game Developers Conference and revealed the specification of the device. LG’s VR headset uses dual 3.64″ 1440×1280 (529 PPI) 90Hz OLED displays, produced by LG Display (which means that these are probably flexible OLEDs produced on plastic substrates). The headset provides a 110-degrees field of view, and LG is ready to make development kits later this month and will ship them to select partners. Read more about LG reveals an AMOLED VR headset prototype
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LG reveals an AMOLED VR headset prototype
Trendforce released a new analysis on the mobile memory and displays markets, and the Taiwan-based market research company says the price of AMOLED panels started to climb in the second half of 2016 following the supply shortage of these displays . Trendforce also estimates that OLED prices will continue to rise throughout 2017 – probably as the supply shortage and high demand for OLED displays is not expected to change during the year. Read more about Trendforce: AMOLED prices are climbing due to supply constraints
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Trendforce: AMOLED prices are climbing due to supply constraints