Samsung Display resumes R&D on OLED TVs based on the inkjet printing process for oxide-based large-sized panels

23 Februar 2018, 10:12:41

Samsung Display resumes R&D on OLED TVs based on the inkjet printing process for oxide-based large-sized panelsSouth Korean media ET news reports that Samsung Display has plans for resurrecting its development of OLED TVs. This conclusion is based on the opinion of "multiple representatives from universities and industries". According to them, Samsung Display has summoned a group of 300-400 employees from the LCD Business Department to work on inkjet printing OLED TVs. This could actually mean not only OLED TV development but also research and development of spontaneous-emitting QLED that is an advanced form of OLED. Within its research institute, Samsung Display will appoint a special task force that will focus solely on next-generation TV technologies such as QLED and micro LED. Based on its research, this group will create strategic plans for product development.

The report also states that this R&D group will focus on large-scale oxide TFT technology as well. Probably, that's a move to catch up with LG Display which has already adopted oxide-based large-sized TV panels by using the latest deposition technologies - the inkjet printing process. The first and subsequently abandoned approach of Samsung to OLED back in 2012 and 2013 was based on LTPS (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon) panels.

The new inkjet printing TV technology is a hybrid one and will probably be able to print both OLED and a quantum dot. It uses a blue OLED as a light source and prints a red quantum dot and a green quantum dot on top of a blue OLED through the inkjet method. Samsung refers to this method as QD-OLED. This process is also deemed to be more efficient because pixels can be printed without colour filters. As soon as this tech is stabilized and performance of quantum dot materials is secured, Samsung will start mass-producing QLED TVs. Commercialization of QD-OLED TVs is expected to happen in 2021 or 2022.Quelle

Zusammenhängende Nachrichten

Einige der neuesten und wichtigsten Nachrichten, verbunden mit Samsung, OLED, QLED oder QD-OLED

Sharp unveils a rollable 30-inch 4K OLED TV

Sharp has announced that it has developed a rollable 30-inch 4K OLED display in collaboration with the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK). The unit on display is a prototype that uses a flexible 30-inch film substrate that's the world's largest colour filterless flexible 4K OLED display. There is no colour filter because it uses a vapour deposition technology which allows the formation of elements that emit light...

11 November 2019

Xiaomi will launch an OLED TV in Q1 of 2020, 8K and Mini LED TVs will follow

After the official announcement of the Mi TV 5 and Mi TV 5 Pro series on November 5th, Li Xiaoshuang, Xiaomi's General Manager of the TV division, held a question and answer session with Chinese media. Among all topics of discussion, it became clear that Xiaomi will definitely launch an OLED TV and the targeted time frame is Q1 of 2020. Xiaomi plans on also introducing 8K TVs, MINI LED TVs, etc. For sure there will...

7 November 2019

The Xiaomi Mi TV 5 Pro series is announced, arrives in three sizes with 8K-decoding QLED panels

Xiaomi has just announced the Mi TV 5 Pro series of smart TVs. It includes three display sizes - 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch. Each of the three features a QLED panel with HDR10+ support, MEMC (Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation), 8K decoding ability, 108% coverage of the NTSC colour space. In terms of audio quality, the series arrives with Dolby audio and DTS support. Processing power relies on a 12nm...

5 November 2019

Samsung launches three new monitors - the S24R650, S27R650, and U28R55

Samsung has listed three new desktop monitors - two from the SR65 series and one from the UR55 series. Let's begin with the Samsung U28R55. It features a 4K UHD 28-inch IPS panel which is certified according to the TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort 2.0 standard. This validates that the product can provide users with a comfortable viewing experience with accurate colour reproduction, minimized ambient light impact, reduced...

1 November 2019

The Xiaomi Mi TV 5 line will include 4K QLED models

Xiaomi is all set to announce its Mi TV 5 line of smart TVs on November 5th. The latest tease from this morning is that the line of products will include 4K QLED models. With the OnePlus TVs and the Huawei Vision TVs featuring quantum-dot technology, it is no surprise Xiaomi has decided to include such TVs in its portfolio. The teaser also unveils that the models will support 108% of the NTSC colour space...

29 Oktober 2019

Samsung to invest 13.1 tln won in upgrading QLED panel production facilities

South Korean news agency Yonhap reports that by 2025 Samsung will invest 13.1 trillion won (US$10.9 billion) to upgrade its LCD panel production facilities. Of those, 10 trillion won will be spent on the upgrade of existing facilities for next-generation panels. The rest of the money is for developing high-end display technologies, especially quantum dot materials. The main facility that will be upgraded is the Asan...

10 Oktober 2019

Samsung ranks first in the gaming monitors market

According to market researcher IDC, Samsung ranked first in the global gaming monitor market for monitors with 100Hz refresh rate or higher. The Korean giant has a 17.9% market share, up 5% YoY. More specifically, monitors with QHD (2560 x 1440) and higher resolution and curved gaming monitors are leading the premium market by nearly doubling the gap with the second place with more than 30% market share in the first...

10 Oktober 2019

LG OLED TVs to get a G-SYNC compatibility feature for up to 120Hz refresh rate

The LG OLED TV will have an NVIDIA's G-SYNC compatibility feature for up to 120Hz refresh rate. This is the first time this feature has been applied to an OLED TV in the world. It reduces screen tearing when playing high-end games. Users can enjoy immersive gaming on a large screen (from 55 - to 77 inches) with overwhelming picture quality. 6 ms response time has also been specified. LG will enable this feature...

9 September 2019

LG claims that the 2019 Samsung QLED TVs do not offer real 8K resolution

At the IFA 2019 in Berlin, LG has been quite outright claiming that Samsung's 2019 QLED TVs do not offer real 8K resolution. LG has made such claims before but this is the first time it has named Samsung. "We believe Samsung's 8K TV is not really 8K," said Park Hyoung-sei, executive vice president at LG Electronics TV Business Operation Center. "Consumers need to know the truth and know what value they are getting...

8 September 2019

Panasonic showcases the MegaCon and the Transparent OLED TV concepts

Panasonic's participation at this year's IFA in Berlin has been marked by the presentation of two prototype TVs both of which are on display at Panasonic's booth until September 11th. The first is dubbed MegaCon which stands for "Mega Contrast" and uses two LCD panels to deliver a black performance which rivals that of an OLED TV whilst also being capable of high brightness too. It has been developed in-house using...

8 September 2019

Philips launches two new premium OLED+ TVs and its 3rd Gen. P5 engine

At IFA 2019 in Berin Philips has launched two new premium OLED+ TVs and its 3rd Generation P5 engine. The TVs are created in collaboration with Bowers & Wilkins - a legendary British audio products company. The units feature the latest OLED panels and 3rd generation P5 processing suite. The 65-inch Philips OLED+984 features "the highest PQ performance and the most advanced sound system ever offered on a TV." It has...

5 September 2019

The LG Signature 8K OLED TV will be available internationally

LG will launch internationally the LG Signature 8K OLED TV (model 88Z9), which was released in South Korea in July. Starting this month, this high-end TV will be available in 10 countries, including Germany, the UK, France, Australia and the United States. The 75-inch Super UHD TV (model 75SM99) with 8K resolution and nanocell technology will be available in about 20 countries by the end of the year. LG Signature 8K...

2 September 2019

Samsung S24R350 is a budget desktop monitor with 24" FHD IPS display and 75Hz refresh rate

Samsung S24R350 is the latest offering from Samsung for a minimalist in design and compact desktop monitor that's almost bezelless on the top and sides and has a Y-shaped stand. It arrives with a 24-inch IPS display panel from another manufacturer and offers FHD resolution, 200 nits typical brightness and 1000:1 static contrast ratio. The GTG response time is specified as being 5 ms. The panel covers almost 100% of...

1 September 2019

LG will soon start mass production of big OLED displays in its new factory in Guangzhou, China

As planned, on August 29th, LG's new OLED factory in Guangzhou, China was completed. It will soon start mass production of large OLED panels for premium TVs. More specifically, these will be 55- and 65-inch OLED panels starting in 2019 and 77-inch OLED ones are expected to enter production in 2020. Currently, the 77-inch OLED panels are produced only at the 8.5-generation Paju plant in Korea. The Guangzhou plant...

1 September 2019

Spezifikationen und technischen Daten

Komplette Spezifikationen, Merkmale und technischen Daten verschiedener Desktop-Monitoren und Smartfernseher, gruppiert nach der Marke und dem Jahr ihrer Vorstellung.

AcerAOCAOpenAppleAsusBang & OlufsenBenQContinental EdisonDellDenverEdenwoodEIZOFujitsuGamemaxGigabyteGrundigHaierHannspreeHisenseHitachiHKCHPHuaweiIiyamaInsigniaJVCLeEcoLenovoLGLoeweMedionMetzMonopriceMotorolaMSINECNixeusOK.OnePlusOzonePanasonicPhilipsPixioQNIXRazerRCASamsungSceptreSharpSkyworthSonyTCLTelefunkenThomsonToshibaVestelVideoSevenViewSonicVizioWasabi MangoXiaomiYashi