Samsung to start mass production of QD-OLED displays for TVs and monitors

A Samsung Display, it turns out, is ready to start mass production 55-inch and 65-inch QD-OLED screens, plus 34-inch panels for PC monitors. HDTVtest, which identified the report from the South Korean website Edaily Korea, where it is said that scale manufacturing of QD-OLED screens is expected to start on November 30th.

QD-OLED is a new type of OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology that uses quantum dots to generate colors. Basically there is an organic blue light emitting diode that uses quantum dots (quantum dots or QDs) to convert the color to red and green. This mechanism is different from what LG uses in its OLED panels, where there are organic light-emitting diodes in blue, yellow and green, producing the white color.

Operation of a QD-OLED panel. Source: hdtvtest

Large-scale mass production of QD-OLED screens

According to the Korean website Edaily Korea, an internal memo from the CEO of Samsung Display (Samsung’s division responsible for the manufacture of screens), Choi Joo-sun, saying that the “large-scale mass production” of QD-panels was located. OLED will start on November 30th. Choi says:

“QD Display will mass produce and launch 65-inch and 55-inch TVs and 34-inch monitors, and decide whether to ramp up production based on market reaction.”

According to Samsung, the QD-OLED technology is capable of reaching contrast levels that match LG’s WOLED (White OLED) panels, in addition to achieving a much higher brightness level. It is interesting to know about this capability, as the current great criticism of OLED TVs is precisely the brightness, which is not ideal for very bright rooms.

Sony and Samsung to launch their first QD-OLED TVs at CES 2022

Earlier this month, it was reported that Samsung and Sony have plans to announce their first QD-OLED TVs during CES 2022 in January. The information came through the HDTVtest website, where it is said that in addition to the aforementioned Asian manufacturers, it is not yet known whether Panasonic and TCL will also announce TVs with the same technology, but there is a chance considering that the companies were already customers in the past. potential of Samsung screens.

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