Geeks, here’s another futuristic Samsung gadget powered by OLED display technology.
Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) show in this video the future of the OLED Display technology. You can see what is possible in the near future with Organic light emitting diode.
OLED (Organic Light Emitting Device, Organic Light Emitting Diode) A display technology that offers bright, colorful images with a wide viewing angle, low power, high contrast ratio and fast response time for sports and action movies. OLEDs also have great potential for general lighting.
Passive matrix OLEDs began to appear in small-screen devices such as cellphones and MP3 players in the late 1990s and active matrix OLEDs followed starting in 2003. In 2007, Sony introduced the first active matrix OLED TV, and along with Toshiba and Samsung, announced plans for larger OLED TVs. In 2009, OQO introduced the first active matrix OLED screen in a handheld Windows computer.
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