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Like LCDs, OLEDs fall into two broad categories, passive-matrix and active-matrix displays.
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Does this mean OLEDs are going to replace LEDs as a cleaner, greener light source?
"Acuity Brands has been able to anticipate trends in the general lighting industry, and it was an early adopter of incorporating OLED technology for luminaires, capitalizing on the unique benefits OLEDs offer," OLEDWorks CEO Dave DeJoy said.
Dubai: LG is aiming to cement its position in the OLED display signage market by showcasing a 0.4mm transparent screen.
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.
India, July 6 -- Just days after Bloomberg reported that Apple is looking to commission LG for supplying 2-4 million OLED displays for this year's iPhones, a new report now claims that the number is higher and that the Cupertino-based tech giant will actually order 3-5 million OLED displays from LG.
The picture quality of an OLED display exceeds that of the best LCD, but OLEDs are not without problems.
OLED lighting is an expensive technology to incorporate, and thereby it is likely to be introduced only in high-end models.
The organic materials in OLEDs are more susceptible to environmental contamination and moisture than LEDs, Biery explains.