CES: Samsung claims to have developed world's largest OLED for TVs

Samsung today said that it has developed the largest single-panel active matrix-based (AM) Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) display.

At 21"es, the OLED oferrs WUXGA resolution with 6.22 million. The display features a brightness of 400 nit, a contrast ratio of 5000:1, color gamut of 75 percent and "fast" response times for HD video applications, according to Samsung.

The OLED is based on Amorphous Silicon (a-Si) technology, which the firm first demonstrated in August with a 2.6" display for mobile devices. The technology can be mass-produced within existing TFT-LCD lines and be used for large-sized OLED panels in 4th and 5th generation production lines, the firm said. (THG)

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  • Great news from Samsung, anyway, let me not draw conclusions yet since other big stars like LG, Sony, Panasonic are yet to make their claims. But from CES 2012 award, LG was ranked the best with its latest OLED TV release.
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