LG Display has posted financial results for Q3 2014 which shows strong growth in mobile and tablet display revenues.
Earlier this month LG unveiled the first in a new generation of large-format flexible and transparent displays that could one day turn gadgets we now see in sci-fi movies into reality. We only got to see the new panels in still shots at the time, but now we can get a better look at the new tech from these two short videos.
LG Display announced today breakthroughs in the manufacturing of large flexible and transparent OLED panels, opening the way for the commercial production of truly flexible, see-through displays in as little as three years.
Display makers often throw around terms like A-Si, IGZO, or LTPS. But what do these acronyms actually mean and what’s the impact of backplane technology on user experience? What about future developments?
LG has announced that their 5.5-inch Quad HD AH-IPS LCD panel for smartphones has received certification. LG is now ready to mass produce the 2560×1440 pixel panels, which will be included in an upcoming flagship smartphone.
LG Display announced the world’s first Quad HD (2560 x 1440) LCD display for smartphones, which also happens to be the world’s slimmest and narrowest display.
The two Korean display makers are reportedly very close to mass-producing flexible panels, although in limited quantities.
Key Korean and Japanese display makers are working on six inch WQXGA (2560 x 1600) mobile LCD panels. Would you ditch your full HD phone in favor of a WQXGA one?
LG announced it would showcase a 5-inch OLED flexible screen at SID this week, along with the world’s first full HD 7-inch LCD display.
LG’s plan to create flexible displays is coming along nicely, and the first phase involves crafting displays that can be described simply as “unbreakable.” Will these be part of the upcoming new Nexus?