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Recent OLED News

DSCC: OLED revenues to decline 7% in 2023, due to low demand for TV and smartphone panels

DSCC estimates that the OLED market will contract 7% in 2023, by revenues, to reach $38.7 billion. In terms of shipments, there will be a 1% decline from last year.

The two main OLED markets, smartphones and TVs, will both decline - OLED smartphone revenues will decline by 8% in 2023 (shipments will remain the same), while OLED TV panel revenues will drop 15% (12% by shipments).

Read the full story Posted: Mar 28,2023

Nanomatch announces a novel class of emitters for efficient and stable blue OLEDs

This is a sponsored post by Nanomatch

Using their in-house virtual design tools, Nanomatch developed a new class of emitters that enables the production of stable, fluorescent OLED devices with close to 100% internal quantum efficiency also in the blue color range.

The specific class of fluorescent emitters facilitates the generation of only singlets with radiative decay of the order of 10-8s, thereby eliminating quenching processes induced by long-lived triplets. Having filed the patent end of February 2023, Nanomatch is now looking for partners to commercialize this new concept in order to realize efficient, stable blue OLEDs on an industrial level.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 28,2023

New OLED gadget: Huawei's P60 / P60 Pro

Huawei's P60 smartphone series includes two models. The P60 features a 6.67" 120Hz 1220x2700 LTPO AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, up to 512GB of storage, an NM memory slot and a triple camera setup.

The P60 Pro has the same display, but with improved specifications.


The P60 series will shipping by the end of March 2023, starting at around $650.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 27,2023

New OLED gadget: Huawei Mate X3

The Huawei Mate X3 is a foldable smartphone that offers an in-folding 7.85" 2224x2496 120Hz AMOLED display, and a second 6.4" 1080x2504 120Hz cover AMOLED display. The Mate X3 also has a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, up to 1TB of storage, an NM memory slot and a triple camera setup.

The Mate X3 will ship in early April 2023, starting at around $2000.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 26,2023

New OLED gadget: Rokid Max

Rokid's Max AR Glasses offer a lightweight (75 grams) AR experience, that simulates a 215" display from 6 meters away. The glasses are powered by dual Sony 1920x1080 (FHD) 120Hz 600-nits OLED microdisplays.

The Max AR costs $439 and is now ready for pre-order.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 25,2023

Meet the OLED-Info team at SID DisplayWeek 2023!

SID's DisplayWeek is the world's leading display conference, and the OLED-Info team will attend this year's event, after several years that we did not attend due to the pandemic. DisplayWeek will take place in Los Angeles in May 21-26, and will bring together a large part of the display industry. We're looking forward to seeing new display technologies, products and demonstrators and meeting up with industry leaders!

Los Angeles (Display Week 2023)

DisplayWeek includes a 3-day exhibition, 4-day technical symposium, short courses, seminars, three focus conferences (business, investors and market-focus) - and more. We'll be happy to schedule meetings - so if you plan to come to the event, do contact us. We're really looking forward to a week full of display technologies!

Read the full story Posted: Mar 23,2023

Notion Systems starts building a new headquarters as demand for its printing systems is on the rise

Inkjet printing developer Notion Systems is building a new company headquarters in Schwetzingen, Germany, with a new production plant. The company recently held a groundbreaking ceremony of the new building which will have 3,600 m² of floor space.

Notion Systems is growing at a rate of 20% per year, and these new premises are needed to cope with its increasing number of orders. The company estimates that 18% of its revenue in coming years will be generated from the display industry, for which the company offers machines for inkjet printing of OLEDs, QDs, and more.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 22,2023