Yesterday we talked about the new OLED that LG has in mind and that will unseat Samsung and just today there are good news about OLED improvement systems, in this case with Japan Display.
What is JapanDisplay?
Japan Display was born from the idea of solving the few problems that make many users back down when purchasing a television with an OLED panel. And it is that these offer really successful images, there is no doubt, but they can also present drawbacks. And knowing that they are not exactly cheap, there are those who launch and there are those who do not.
This is an evolved process from the production of classic WRGB OLEDs. This one is based on lithography.
Systems based on the evaporation of more expensive or FMM would cease to be used. Instead one would go for “Lithography with maskless Extreme long life, mow power and hight luminance and Any shape Payyerningdeposition”. But since this sounds unpronounceable, we will keep the name that will be given to it, which is eLEAP.
Its main achievement promises to be the reduction of white spaces that occur between subpixels. The opening of its ratio would go from 28% to 60%. This is to increase the useful surface in which light can be emitted. With this, a lower intensity of the electric current will be necessary when obtaining the same brightness peak in relation to current OLEDs. The light emission efficiency is increased. The peak brightness is doubled with respect to these. And, almost best of all, is that a longer useful life for the panel will be achieved, up to triple it, something to consider very seriously when we make an outlay on a high-end television.
The production method allows scaling at a reduced cost, so that panels of all sizes could be made at a very good price.