Flexible OLED Samsung-Announcement at CES 2013

Flexible OLED Samsung-Announcement at CES 2013

flexible oled samsungFlexible OLED Samsung

This hot new technology is featured by Samsung in this amazing amateur video directly from the CES floor.  I am certain we will be seeing products that use this technology in the near future, but how will we benefit by using it? Take a look and tell us what potential you see in using the technology in mobile devices.

Stu Brown

Samsung AMOLED

Samsung is one of the leaders in OLED display research and the clear leader in AMOLED production. OLED Displays are thinner, more efficient and offer better picture quality than LCD or Plasma displays.

Samsung are confident that OLED displays is the best future technology. Samsung invested billions of dollars in OLED research and production facilities. In February 2012 Samsung PR summarizes the company’s view on OLED technology: “Currently, the display market is undergoing rapid changes with OLED panels expected to fast replace LCD panels to become the mainstream.”

Samsung AMOLED mobile products

Samsung is the using AMOLEDs in many of their gadgets – in fact they are the leading company by far with regard to OLED production and adoption. Today Samsung is using OLED displays in most of their new phones, including the Galaxy S4, and the Note II. Samsung also has several AMOLED cameras available such as the B850F, NX200, TL350 nd others.

Samsung’s 2011 Galaxy Tab 7.7″ Android Tablet had a 7.7″ Super AMOLED Plus panel – and this was the largest mobile product with an OLED display. Sadly Samsung has yet to release a new tablet with an AMOLED display. One of the problems is that Samsung’s own OLED production capacity will not be able to support such a product currently.

Samsung Display’s most advanced AMOLED mobile displays are the 4.99″ Full-HD (440 PPI) panel used in the GS4 and the 5.7″ Full-HD panel used in the Note 3. Samsung also started to produce Flexible AMOLEDs (more on this below).

Samsung is offering several AMOLED types for mobile devices. Super AMOLED displays embed the touch panel inside the display and feature Samsung’s PenTile matrix technology. These displays offer a great performance outdoors and are considered by many top mobile displays on the market. Super AMOLED Plus displays use a regular RGB matrix. Samsung also offers “regular” AMOLED displays without an embedded touch layer (usually with PenTile) —Read more & more videos:



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