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Recent OLED News

New OLED gadget: ZTE Axon 60 Ultra

ZTE's Axon 60 Ultra is an enterprise/government smartphone (not sold for consumers), that offers dual satellite connectivity and the ability to make calls and texts on China's Tiantong system.

The Axon 60 Ultra sports a 6.78" 120Hz 1260x2800 AMOLED display.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 16,2024

The Elec: UDC's blue PHOLED material is still unstable, may delay market introduction

Universal Display Corporation has announced several times that it is progressing with its blue PHOLED material development, and it is on track to release the first commercial material by the end of 2024. In November 2023 we reported that UBI estimates that Samsung has delayed the adoption of a blue PHOLED to the second half of 2025.

UDC RGB PHOLED materials photoNow there's a new report in Korea that claims that UDC's blue PHOLED project is facing technical challenges, and UDC is still not able to achieve a long-lasting blue emitter at the right color point. It will be interesting to know whether UDC addresses this issue in its next investor conference call (May 2nd). 

Read the full story Posted: Apr 16,2024

New OLED gadget: Xiaomi Redmi Turbo 3

Xiaomi's Redmi Turbo 3 is a performance-oriented smartphone that offers a 6.67" 120Hz 2400 nits (peak) 1220x2712 AMOLED display (produced by TCL CSoT),  a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chipset, up to 16 GB of RAM, up to 1 TB of storage and Dual-SIM.

The Redmi Turbo 3 is now shipping starting at around $300.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 14,2024

Nintendo sold over 7 million Switch OLED consoles in Japan alone, over 20 million units globally

In October 2021, Nintendo launched its first OLED gaming console, the Nintendo Switch OLED. The new OLED device is popular - eight months after the launch Nintendo announced it shipped over 5.8 million devices, and now the company announced it has sold over 7 million Nintendo Switch OLED devices in Japan alone. Nintendo is now selling around 2.5 million units per quarter, and this means that global sales are likely over 20 million.

The Nintendo Switch is a popular device - total lifetime sales across all variants are over 130 million units. The OLED model was the clear preference for people buying a Switch recently. The Nintendo Switch OLED model is an upgrade to the original Switch with a 7-inch 1280x720 OLED display (produced by Samsung Display). The Nintendo Switch OLED model is now shipping globally for $349.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 13,2024

New OLED gadget: Leica Leitz Phone 3

Lecia's new photography smartphone, produced in collaboration with Sharp, offers a 6.6" 240Hz 2,000-nits 1260x2730 IGZO AMOLED (Sharp's Pro OLED branded display).

The Leitz Phone 3 is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 12GB of RAM and 512 of expandable storage, and is IP65 and IP68 rated for dust and water resistance. It is available in Japan only.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 12,2024

New OLED gadget: Realme GT Neo6 SE

Realme's GT Neo6 SE smartphone has the world's brightest OLED yet - a 6000 nits (peak) 6.78" 120Hz 1264x2780 LTPO AMOLED display, produced by BOE. The phone also offers a Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 chipset, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 512GB of storage and a dual camera setup with a main 50 MP PDAF/OIS lens.

The GT Neo6 SE will launch on April 17, starting at under $300.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 12,2024