Working principle

OLED is an array of countless small LED lights, each LED light is controlled by a separate switch, the same principle as the billboard, but the lights are small, the switch is even smaller. LCD is a backlight module, only one light, through the liquid crystal to conduct light, through the color film filtering, to get the colour we want.


Technical advantages

High contrast ratio: AMOLED 1,000,000:1 vs. LCD 1,000:1 contrast ratio is 1,000 times higher, the picture is clearer and shows all the details. Colour fidelity: AMOLED has 105% colour saturation compared to 70% for LCD, AMOLED has 1.5 times wider colour gamut, perfectly rendering nature's most realistic colours.


Wide viewing angle

AMOLED contrast ratio > 1,000:1 at 85° viewing angle, LCD contrast ratio > 10:1, AMOLED 100 times higher viewing angle advantage, no matter at any angle, the picture is always the same.


Wide temperature operation

Operating temperature: AMOLED -40°C~85°C vs. LCD -10°C~70°C, 1.5 times the operating temperature range, so you can use it with peace of mind wherever you are.


Power saving

AMOLEDs are more energy efficient when displaying full colour images, with dynamic weighted power consumption at 60% of that of LCDs under normal use.AMOLEDs have a higher contrast ratio than LCDs, resulting in higher perceived brightness. In the dark, users can get a clear picture at low display brightness, protecting their eyes from glare.


Low blue light damage

AMOLED's high energy harmful blue light value (mW/sr/m) below 435nm is only 0.1, compared to 33 for LCDs. 300 times less high energy blue light intensity for AMOLEDs, effectively reducing the risk of damage to the eyes and endocrine system.


Fast response time

Response time is less than 1ms for AMOLED and less than 20ms for LTPSAMOLED. 20 times faster response time for high speed dynamic response, effectively reducing vertigo for virtual reality users.


Shaped display

Can be cut to pure round or other irregular shapes on demand, not bound by traditional forms and suitable for more applications.


Stylish and thin

No backlighting, simpler structure, more than 40% less thickness than LCD, making the end product fashionably thin and light Flexible display.Flexible displays in fixed curved, bendable, curlable and foldable forms, with unlimited innovative possibilities for future end-use applications.


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