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Last week Samsung released several videos that showcase its latest Super AMOLED displays. The videos shows what looks to be an actual upcoming phone with almost no bezels on the sides and no physical buttons on the front: This design has been suggested (leaked?) before for Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S8. Samsung is expected to reveal the S8 soon, at the MWC 2017 event (February 27th). Of course this could just be a concept handset created for the AMOLED video, but it could also be Samsung’s actual new phone that was added to the video by mistake (or not by mistake). Read more about Did Samsung leaked a bezel-less AMOLED Galaxy S8?
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LG Electronics published the following teaser – calling our attention to its upcoming 2017 OLED TV range: This is a clear reference to LG’s Wallpaper OLED TVs . These TVs will be extremely thin, and the panel itself sticks to the wall using magnets. In May 2015 LG Display demonstrated a prototype – 0.97 mm thick 55″ OLED panel that sticks to the wall using magnets . The entire 55″ OLED panel weighs only 1.9 Kg. Read more about LG teases its upcoming wallpaper OLED TVs
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LG Display teamed up with Ron Arad and Zinoo Park to create new art installations that “highlight the positive aspects of OLED lighting panels”. The video above shows the new installations exhibited at the London Design Festival that took place last month. The video also shows LG Display’s flexible OLED lighting panels. Read more about See LG Display's OLED lighting installations at the London Design Festival
Hong Kong-based Truly Semiconductors started working on its AMOLED fab in 2014 , and in May 2015 estimated that production will begin in Q1 2016. The fab was delayed, and a few months later it was estimated that production will begin in September 201 6. Today Truly published the (rather overdone and weird) video you see above – and it seems to mean that the AMOLED line is now entering mass production. According to the video the company is targeting smartphones, wearables, VR and automotive applications . Read more about Did Truly start mass producing AMOLED displays?
Did Truly start mass producing AMOLED displays?
LG’s IFA 2016 presence was very impressive, it seems. Besides the huge OLED “tunnel” at the entrance to LG’s booth , LG Display also installed a large OLED lighting installation at the company’s Signature’s Pavilion. The installation, designed by Jason Bruges, portrayed the “constellation of rays scattered throughout space” to express the “wonderful qualities and extreme white and dark contrasts” of LG’s Signature OLED TVs . The installation used 780 OLED panels, including some flexible ones. Read more about LGD installs almost 800 OLED lighting panels at LG's IFA 2016 Signature pavilion
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In July Loewe announced its first OLED TV series, The Bild 7, and the company is now demonstrating its upcoming TV at IFA 2016: The Bild 7 uses flat 4K OLED panels (produced by LG Display ) and features Loewe’s own image processing software (VantaVision) and a slim and powerful soundbar that is revealed only when the TV is activated. The Bild 7 will launch later this month for €4,990 (55″) and €6,990 (65″). Read more about Loewe demonstrates its upcoming Bild 7 OLED TV
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LG Electronics installed a huge OLED “tunnel” at this year’s IFA trade show. The OLED installation is made from 216 55″ curved OLED TVs – to reach a total of almost half a billion pixels. LG says that this is the world’s largest OLED installation – surpassing the large installation the company already unveiled at Inchieon Airport and N. Seoul Tower . Read more about LG installs a huge OLED "tunnel" at the IFA tradeshow
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A few years ago, Researchers at Exeter developed a new material called GraphExeter, which is made from compressed ferric chloride molecules between two sheets of graphene . This material has interesting properties, and recently the researchers started to study it as an electrode material for electroluminescent devices. The researchers now report that GraphExeter is indeed effective as such an electrode – performing better than pure graphene. In fact, they state that it is capable of high luminosity – brighter than pure graphene by almost 50%. It’s not clear exactly if they used this electrode on an OLED or on an EL lighting panel, but these are certainly interesting results. Read more about GraphenExeter electrodes outperform pure-graphene electrodes for flexible lighting devices
NEC demonstrated its first OLED TV , a 55″ FHD one, at Infocomm 2016: As you can hear in the video, NEC plans to release this TV as a product in 2017. This TV, like all OLED TVs on the market, uses OLED panels made by LG Display. Read more about NEC demonstrates its first OLED TV prototype
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Solomon Systech demonstrated several OLED drivers at SID 2016 – including drivers for PMOLED, transparent PMOLEDs, AMOLED displays and OLED lighting panels. The SSD2355 was announced in 2015 , and this is the world’s first single-chip OLED lighting driver. It can drive several OLED lighting panels at the same time, and it has a wide dimming depth – which is demonstrated in the video below (the panel on the right is driven using a regular LED driver). Read more about Solomon Systech demonstrates OLED drivers at SID 2016
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