LGDisplay has announced that it will be unveiling the world's largestOLED TV screen at the 2012 CES show that kicks off in a week or so. The new screen is huge with 55-inch measurement. The screen is also very thin at 5mm making it take up little space on the TV or the wall. The OLED screen will be very bright and will be able to react to signals 1000 times faster than LCDs for a very smooth image.
The new panel will use an oxide TFT technology backplane that is different from the LTPS backplane that older OLED screens use. This makes the production of the screens easier and cheaper. It should lead to cheaper TVs using OLED screens as well.
The LG screen will use white OLED tech. This tech vertically accumulates red, green, and blue diodes. This allows for a lower error rate, higher productivity, and clearer screen definition. There is no word on what the screen will cost the end user.
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