LG’s OLED EX TVs produce 30% more brightness and thinner bezels than conventional OLEDs

29 December 2021
The company will showcase the new display panel technology at CES 2022.

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  • Anonymous

RealLifePhones, 30 Dec 2021The difference to this year's "OLED Evo" isn... moreTrue I also didn‘t get the difference. I looked up what OLED Evo promised, and found that it’s supposed to have 20% higher peak brightness. So maybe this is another improvement over OLED Evo, because at first I was afraid it‘s just a rebrand. And the bezel is ofc the other improvement. The whole „AI“ marketing stuff could be either to prevent burn in (like Apple uses) or some „image enhancing“ bs that should be turned off immediately, and I suspect it’s the second one.

  • Anonymous

GAMIRSFM, 30 Dec 2021Does it solve burn-in though, thats the only thing stopping... moreOf course not, it‘s deep rooted in the technology itself. The only OLED where I‘d at least wait to see the results is from those QD Display that Samsung makes, which only uses 1 color (blue) of OLEDs instead of 3 (RGB on phones) or 4 (RGBW) on TVs. But this could go either way, and I‘m still pessimistic about it.

The difference to this year's "OLED Evo" isn't quite clear because LG said Evo also uses deuterium and an extra green layer. But the same level of marketing shit talk made everyone confused if Evo is just the panel or if it includes the panels ICs this year and LG doesn't seem learn 🙄 the "L" definitely doesn't stand for learnability

Water is more than just water 😁

  • mad823

They said exactly the same +30% for last year's EVO panel, also with the help of deuterium. And it did not really improve the full field brightness, however it should help to reduce the risk (or time required) of burn-in as the LEDs required less power due to better effiviency.
I just wonder if they really made another improvement in 1 year (I don't think so) or just trying sell last year's tech under a new name...

Anon, 30 Dec 2021....and Sharp hires "chinese oled makers" to mak... moreWhich is why the chinese OLED manufacturers are starting to raise the bar of their quality control over their products because of demands from quality-established brands.
If Apple starts sourcing OLED panels from BOE for the iPhones, then BOE will be forced to step up their game to be able to fulfill Apple's standards of quality OLED panels that they want for their iPhones.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Sharp > LG > Samsung > Panasonic > chinese oled... moreChinese OLED makers are busy making next gen MicroLED.

  • Anon

Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Sharp > LG > Samsung > Panasonic > chinese oled... more....and Sharp hires "chinese oled makers" to make their stuff...

  • Anonymous

"LG Display has figured out how to extract deuterium (also known as ‘heavy hydrogen’) from water ".

Water naturally has deuterium and tritium, but very low %. Not enouh to harm us.

  • Anonymous

GAMIRSFM, 30 Dec 2021Does it solve burn-in though, thats the only thing stopping... moreBurn-in will never be solved. You cannot stop organic from wearing off.
This is why microLED exists.


Does it solve burn-in though, thats the only thing stopping me from using OLED on TV's and monitors.

  • Anonymous

Sharp > LG > Samsung > Panasonic > chinese oled makers