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Recent OLED News

New OLED gadget: Philips 55BDL9151TO

The Philips 55BDL9151TO is a transparent OLED TV, aimed for commercial settings (this is not a consumer TV). The TV is based on a 55" FHD 45% transparency LGD WOLED panel. The transparent TV has a wood base and both HDMI and USB interfaces.

The Philips costs 66,900 Yuan in China, or around $9,200.

Read the full story Posted: Jun 17,2024

UTG glass developer Dowoo Insys plans to IPO in 2025

A report from Korea suggests that Dowoo Insys is planning to IPO in 2025. The company will list on the Korean Exchange, and it plans to file the preliminary information and documents by the end of the summer.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 phone

Dowoo Insys was established in 2010, to develop glass products for the display industry. The company's main product is thin flexible glass covers for foldable displays - UTG glass - which it supplies to Samsung Display (its main customer). Dowoo does not produce its own glass - it buys flexible glass from Schott and then treats it in its own facilities. 

Read the full story Posted: Jun 17,2024

New OLED gadget: Samsung Galaxy Watch FE

Samsung's budget-friendly smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch FE, offers a 1.2" 396x396 Super AMOLED display, WearOS, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and advanced health monitoring.

The Galaxy Watch FE will ship globally in the summer of 2024, priced at $199.

Read the full story Posted: Jun 15,2024

Samsung purchases Orthogonal's mask-less OLED production IP

Reports from Korea suggested that Samsung Display acquired 5 patents from US-based Orthogonal, that contains the company's mask-less OLED production process. With this purchase, SDC has a path towards developing its own maskless OLED production.

Maskless OLED production is of high interest lately, as these technology could offer higher pixel aperture ratio leading to higher efficiency, brightness and lifetime and brighter OLEDs, compared to FMM-based production processes. JDI for example claims its eLEAP technology enables an 2X increase in brightness and a 3X increase in lifetime, coupled with reduced production costs.

Read the full story Posted: Jun 15,2024

New OLED gadget: Honor Magic V Flip

The Honor Magic V Flip foldable smartphone offers a foldable 1080x2520 120Hz 3000 nits (peak) LTPO AMOLED display, and an external 4" 120Hz 1200x1092 LTPO AMOLED display.

The Magic V Flip features a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage.

Read the full story Posted: Jun 14,2024

Sentry announced it has ordered a substantial number of Konica Minolta's OLED panels for its Radiance platform

A couple of months ago fintech company Sentry launched the Radiance card illumination platform, which enables credit card (and other payment card) issuers to offer a unique experience by using an OLED lighting panel embedded in the card. 

Sentry Enterprises Radiance OLED transaction card photo

Today the company announced that it has placed the first substantial commercial order for the OLED units from Konica Minolta. The Radiance card platform works without a battery, and the OLED panel is powered by the NFC receiver upon a transaction (a technology that was demonstrated by KM back in 2020).

Read the full story Posted: Jun 13,2024

New OLED gadget: HTC U24 Pro

HTC's U24 Pro smartphone offers a 6.8" 120Hz 1080x2436 AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset, 12 GB of RAM, up to 512 GB of storage, a microSDXC card slot, and a triple camera setup.

The U24 Pro will launch soon in Europe starting at around $625

Read the full story Posted: Jun 13,2024