The display-making arm of LG announced today it will start the mass production of a plastic-based flexible display, confirming rumors that surfaced last week.
LG is preparing to launching a 6-inch curved display phone called G Flex. Don’t let the name mislead you though – the device itself will not be flexible.
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Expected at IFA, the LG G Pad will feature a film-based touch panel for reduced thickness and weight. Apple uses the same tech on its tablets.
The two Korean display makers are reportedly very close to mass-producing flexible panels, although in limited quantities.
Sony has just announced that they are finally putting to use what many industry experts are considering the highest PPI display ever created. This 0.7-inch (18.0mm diagonal) OLED panel (1280 x 720), is the product of “Sony’s unique OLED and semiconductor silicon drive technologies.” It provides extremely high contrast, and offers excellent color reproduction and a very fast refresh rate, which OLED displays are known for. Why is this a big deal? Read on! Sony is a big company. While they don’t actually make any real money off their Xperia line of devices, they do have a wide variety of other businesses…
The LG G2 includes Graphic RAM, LG’s name for a display technology known as Panel Self Refresh, a technology which allows the display panel to refresh without communicating with the GPU and therefore saves power.