Always the foremost, the Korean giant Samsung wants to consider now the beginning of the end for some LCD panels that started to mean that I have been allowing other technologies that are more efficient, colorful and modern.
In fact, its sponsored Samsung's display will stop producing LCD screens at the end of the year 2020, in opposition to the Sharp rivals focus more accur ately on OLED and QD-OLED
CNET colleagues expect this, following information from Reuters, pointing to closure of LCD production lines in South Korea and China, with confirmation of a reversal in his country of birth and is still studying what Chinese firms will do.
Samsung wants to make a modern line of Samsung Display and take a better look at their business, condemning the obsolete LCD to focus on OLED, OLED converters and its new QD-OLED technology.
It seems so it begins the end of an LCD-enabled technology and that it will withstand for a time, but that it is yet to be destroyed, remains now in the hands of Sharp himself, or other makers like BOE or China Star that will continue to provide phones and devices, certainly in the economic sector.
This move is not surprising, since Samsung had announced it last year a multimillion-dollar investment to improve its production lines and continue their development new QD-OLED panels, which will not only satisfy LG and its OLEDs but will use quantum dots to develop the technology.
QD-OLED, what the hell is QD-OLED?
Sustainability requires risk, and Samsung seems to be familiar with that one-step strategy in this case, in this case moving forward with hybrid technology combines the benefits of your current QLED with quantum dots and OLEDs which have been successful in recent years.
Unlike our competitors who use white OLED, Samsung will use a unique element to produce blue light, and with known quantum dots this blue will be converted to red and green dots producing the image.
In this case, the benefit of no need for background which is not available in OLED technology, but quantum dots will continue to use avoid damage to subpixels, as light is produced in a single color, and enhances the brightness of the panel.
What you are dealing with is that these QD-OLEDs add another layer to show, that of quantum dots, which makes the devices larger than the OLEDs already known. Something doesn't seem so important on television, because it is LG and Sony OLEDs are amazing in design, we will not always look at the profile TV to better appreciate its severity.
This year Samsung has already introduced its new QLED 2020 TVs, so to speak It won't be soon when we see the first QD-OLED, although we will certainly know more in the coming months. Will Samsung give us what we promise?
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