BOE demonstrates the world's first true QLED display

31 May, 2017, 03:05:34

BOE demonstrates the world's first true QLED displayBOE is a well-known display manufacturer based in China. It has announced the first QLED displays - a 5-inch and a 14-inch one, based on the electroluminescence quantum dot technology. The 5-inch display utilises an LTPS panel with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The 14-inch packs an oxide TFT panel with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. Quantum dot technology employs two types of mechanisms - photoluminescence (think of Samsung's SUHD TVs) and electroluminescence - BOE's the first company to make displays based on that. In photoluminescence, the organic material is stimulated by external luminescence to emit light. In electroluminescence, the inorganic material stimulates itself to emit light as a reply to electricity input. In structure, it is similar to the OLED. The new type of displays based on this tech are expected to provide better colour gamuts. Only the future will tell to what an extent this innovation will influence the display industry and how widely it will be adopted. Source

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