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OLEDOrganic Light-Emitting Diode
OLEDOrganic Light-Emitting Device
OLEDOrganic Led
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Moreover, the new insights will help us to further advance and increase the performance of OLED technology in general, one of the most promising fields for the display industry."
'We are pleased to be working with Merck and believe that this collaboration of materials expertise will help expand the landscape of bright, beautiful, brilliant OLED displays in the marketplace,' said Steven V.
LG told The Verge that the 8K OLED TV's retail price is 50 million won, approximately USD 42,000.
The analysts also indicated that the Cupertino tech giant might get LG as a secondary supplier of OLED displays for the 2019 iPhone models, and that 10-30 percent of all OLED displays on this year's iPhones might come from LG.
Earlier this month at its annual InnoFest MEA event, LG introduced its latest lineup of OLED TVs set to arrive in the local market this year.
Currently, OLED technology is deployed primarily in televisions and mobile products such as smartphones and smartwatches, but OLED displays represent an attractive growth opportunity.
The Foxconn-owned company is reportedly seeking to supply OLED panels to future iPhones.
The company holds a world record for the largest video wall built from 820 panels of OLED signage at The Dubai Mall's Dubai Aquarium.
LG Electronics has introduced the world's first 8K (7680 x 4320) OLED TV at IFA 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
- Investment speeds development of in-vehicle OLED displays, and brings HD images, improved lighting and efficient design to car cockpits -
Small- and medium-sized OLED panels, whose production has been led by Samsung Display, are expected to have more than a 50 percent share of the smartphone market next year, overtaking TFT-LCD panels.