LG Display is launching its latest display development under the OLED EX brand, which will be available in all new OLED TVs starting in the second quarter of next year. The main attraction of OLED EX (Evolution eXperience) is the “extremely fast” response time and 30 percent higher brightness. The company also categorizes the benefits of being able to make the cava surrounding the panels 30 percent narrower with its new development.
Based on the background information shared by the manufacturer, one of the major technical changes is the use of deuterium compounds below the surface of the panel. In the company’s development lab, you refined the use of efficient extraction and stabilization of deuterium in water in organic light emitting devices. Hydrogen isotope deuterium is a rare substance, so LG’s process is important for the economical manufacturability of the panels. Due to the fine-tuning of the deuterium, the maximum brightness could be increased while the dissipation of the panels increased only slightly.
The biggest advantage of displays with OLED technology is that the pixels can be controlled individually, so they can provide “true black” in any size area. However, OLED is already much less competitive in terms of peak brightness, especially with the newer quantum dot LED technology, so LG’s development may be important.
While the promise that the new panel will be included in all of OLED TVs next year suggests that the company is confident about the new technology, there is no information yet on whether and when OLED EX will be included in other devices.
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