Vol 25 - Issue 33


Co-existence Theorem for Smartphone Displays

by Sweta Dash

Can LCD (a-Si and LTPS), OLED (flexible and rigid), MiniLED (LCD), and MicroLED display technology co-exist in the smartphone market in next three to four years? Smartphone unit growth has slowed down considerably in …

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LDM Product Roundup Vol 25 #33

by Bob Raikes

LG Electronics is now making an ‘open frame’ version of it 55″ commercial curved OLED panel available to integrators. The panel has output of 400 cd/m² and FullHD resolution. The curve can be convex …

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Visionox to Sell PMOLED Business to Focus on AMOLED?

by Andrew Fenn

Visionox has announced that it will sell its PMOLED business in order to focus on developing its AMOLED technology, according to OLED-Info. Several China-based companies are involved in the sale, the publication said. The …

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Apple May Introduce LTPO TFT Backplanes to Prolong Battery Life

by Andrew Fenn

LTPO, or low-temperature polycrystalline oxide, is a new kind of TFT backplane that Apple may adopt in the iPhone and Apple Watch, according to IHS Markit’s David Hsieh. The company has applied for three …

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Innolux Reveals More Display Tech Including 144Hz 16″ Gaming Display

by Andrew Fenn

Innolux has integrated force touch into touch-integrated displays to produce full in-cell 3D touch, which supports multi-touch surfaces and multi-gradient control and is compatible with upcoming non-conductive type touch tablets. The company has also …

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Ever Heard of Verses?

by Norbert Hildebrand

In an announcement this week, Verses announced its protocol for augmented and virtual reality in the world wide web. This raises the question “who is Verses?” “Verses is a non-profit foundation creating the universal …

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