OLED looks to be the technology of choice for future wearables, as rumors suggest that Apple has placed an order with LG for 12 million flexible OLED displays.
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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…
Weeks to the expected launch date, Samsung reportedly hasn’t made a final decision on the display technology it will use on the Galaxy Note 3.
Google has placed orders for OLED displays from Samsung, to be used in the consumer version of Glass, a Korean press report claims.
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?
LG and Google executives met to discuss an “alliance in futuristic projects”, say Korean sources. A new Nexus smartphone, an OLED Google TV, and even a Glass-like device were on the table.
LG has confirmed that a smarpthone with flexible OLED display will be launched in Q4 2013, without specifying any other details about it.
Flexible screens could be found in mobile devices in just a couple of years.