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Holst Center researchers use sALD to create IGZO OLED display backplanes on PEN foils

Researchers from the Holst Center has applied spatial atomic layer deposition (sALD) to create both the semiconductor and dielectric layer in a thin-film transistor (TFT) Oxide-TFT (IGZO) display backplane - for the first time ever.

Holst sALD QVGA OLED prototype photo

The researchers created a 200 PPI QVGA OLED display prototype on a thin PEN foil. This shows how TFTs can be produced in a low temperature process (below 200 degrees Celsius) using sALD on a cheap transparent plastic foil. The TFTs achieved a mobility of 8 cm2/V2 with channel lengths down to 1 um.

Will Samsung switch to flexible glass in future foldable OLEDs? Signs exclusive deal with Dowoo Insys

Samsung has reportedly signed an exclusive deal with Korea's Dowoo Insys to supply ultra-thin glass (UTG) to be adopted in future foldable OLED devices. As part of the deal, Samsung Ventures invested 12 billion Won ($10 million USD) in Dowoo, who will only be able to sell its glass to Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy Fold photo



According to reports from Korea, Dowoo can currently produce around 500,000 UTG units per month - which should be enough to support Samsung's foldable OLED needs in 2020. With the new investment, Dowoo plans to increase its production capacity in the future. Dowoo's display glass is less than 100um thick - and can be made thinner up to 30 um.

Vivo S5

The Vivo S5 smartphone uses a large 6.44" 1080x2400 Super AMOLED display, with a punch-hole selfie camera. The S5 also features an Octa-Core Snapdragon 712 chipset, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, a microSD slot and a quad camera setup.

Vivo S5 photo

The Vivo S5 is now shipping globally.

Motorola announces the Razr 2019 clamshell foldable LGD AMOLED phone

Motorola announced the Razr 2019, a clamshell-style smartphone that features a 6.2" 2142x876 (21:9) foldable AMOLED display that folds inside. There's also a regular external 2.7" 600x800 AMOLED used when the phone is closed.

Motorola Razr 2019 photo

This seems, at least to me, to be a beautiful design which may appeal to more consumers compared to the larger foldable phones we have seen until today that open up to a tablet-style device. The Razr is also the cheapest foldable OLED phone yet announced at $1,500 (it will ship in January 2020).

Motorola Razr 2019

The Motorola Razr 2019 is a clamshell-style smartphone that features a 6.2" 2142x876 (21:9) foldable AMOLED display (likely produced by LGD as Motorola specifically calls this a pOLED display).

Motorola Razr 2019 photo

There is also a secondary display - a 2.7" 600x800 AMOLED (which Motorola calls a gOLED, which likely means it is produced by Samsung). Other features include a Snapdragon 710 octa-core chipset, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a 16MP Google-Lens camera.

The Fraunhofer suggests using bidirectional OLEDs to create smart antibacterial surfaces

The Fraunhofer first demonstrated its bi-directional OLED microdisplays in 2009 - these display use photodetectors embedded between the OLED pixels to enable unique applications such as eye-tracking and more.

Fraunhofer BiClean OLED bidirectional display project photo

The Fraunhofer now suggests a new use for such displays. The BiClean project looked into the possibility of embedding bi-directional OLED microdisplays in solar panels or pipes, to detect contamination in early stages. The display project light at different colors, and the photodetectors can sense the surface status in real time - and so it is possible to know whether it is necessary to clean the surface.

Researchers from RUDN University developed OLED emitter compounds based on silver and copper doping

Researchers from RUDN University in Russia have synthesized new OLED emitter compounds. These compounds seem to be phosphorescent emitters, based on copper and silver atoms.

Copper and Silver OLED emitter compounds (RUDN University)

The researchers say that the compound platform they created can lead to efficient and cost-effective OLED emitters, and also offer a special molecular geometry that can enable freedom-of-design for developers.

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