Kyulux announces first shipment of OLED TADF emitters to Wisechip

TADF emitter developer Kyulux announced that it has shipped the first batch of its yellow TADF emitter to Taiwan's Wisechip to be used it the world's first TADF / Hyperfluorescence display, the 2.7" PMOLED announced in October 2019 - which means that the display will likely start to ship soon.

Kyulux yellow TADF OLED emitter photo

Wisechip's first HF PMOLED is a 2.7" 128x64 monochrome yellow display, that reaches a brightness of 220 nits - 2.5 times brighter than Wisechip's fluorescent yellow PMOLED. The lifetime of this display is 50,000 hours. Wisechip says this display is aimed for the medical, industrial and electronic products markets, and in the future it will launch TADF/HF PMOLEDs for the wearable and consumer electronics markets as well.

Motorola Edge / Edge+

Motorola's flagship Edge smartphone sports a 6.7" 90Hz 1080x2340 AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 765G chipset, 4/6 GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a microSDXD card slot and a quad camera setup with a 64MP main sensor.

Motorola Edge photo

The Edge+ sports a similar display but brighter, with HDR10+ support, a stronger Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12 GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and a 108 MP main camera sensor.

LG Display reports disappointing results for Q1 2020 as COVID-19 lowers demand for smartphones and TVs

LG Display reported its financial results for Q1 2020. LGD's revenues were 4.7 trillion Won ($3.8 billion USD), decreased 26% from the previous quarter and 20% from Q1 2019. The company's net loss in the quarter was 199 billion Won ($161 million USD).

LG GX OLED TV photo

LGD's revenues and earnings were below analysts expectations - the company's business was hit by the Covid-19 pandemic which caused lower demand for smartphones and TV panels (which were also hit due to the postponing of major sporting events). LCD panel prices have also taken a hit.

EDO starts producing tablet and laptop rigid and flexible AMOLEDs, available on the OLED Marketplace

China-based EverDisplay (EDO) has recently started to produce AMOLED displays for tablets and laptops. The first rigid AMOLEDs are a 11" 1728x2368 and 15.6" 3840x2160 4K rigid displays for tablets and laptops. The first flexible ones are a 12.8" 1888x1728 panel for tablet-like devices and a 15.6" 3840x2160 4K flexible AMOLED for laptops.

Everdisplay 6-gen flexible OLED fab Shanghai (render)

These new 11", 12.8" and 15.6" AMOLEDs are now available in the OLED Marketplace. This is great news from EDO, as up until now Samsung Display was the exclusive supplier of AMOLEDs for tablets and laptops. If you are interested in this display for your device or new project, contact us now, or check out more information over at the OLED Marketplace.

Honor 30 / 30 Pro / 30 Pro+

Huawei's Honor 30 smartphone features a 6.53-inch 1080x2400 AMOLED display (made by Visionox), a Kirin 985 chipset, 6/8 GB of RAM, 128/256 GB of storage, a Nano Memory slot, 5G connectivity and a quad camera setup.

Honor 30 Pro photo

The Honor 30 Pro features the same display, with better specifications. The Honor 30 Pro+ features an OLED with the same size and resolution but with a 90Hz refresh rate.

HP Envy 15 2020

HP's Envy 15 is a high-end laptop that features SDC's 15.6" 4K AMOLED display. Other specifications include Intel's H-Series CPUs (up to Core i9), NVIDIA's GPUs (up to RTX 2060 Mqx-Q), up to 32 GB of RAM and 2TB of storage.

HP Envy 15 2020 photo

The HP ENVY 15 2020 laptops started shipping at June 2020, starting at around $1,899 for the OLED models.

BOE to integrate Qualcomm's fingerprint sensors in flexible AMOLED displays

BOE and Qualcomm announced plans to establish a strategic collaboration to develop innovative display products featuring Qualcomm's 3D Sonic ultrasonic fingerprint sensors. BOE have already started to embed Qualcomm's sensor in its flexible OLED displays.

BOE also says that this collaboration will result in a streamlined supply chain and reduces the bill of materials (BoM) and R&D expenses expenses. BOE says that it will start shipping the integrated panels and sensors in H2 2020.

Here are LGD's transparent OLEDs used in MBC Korea Elections broadcast

A few days ago we reported that MBC studio in Korea will use LGD transparent OLED displays in its 2020 Korean Election broadcast. The broadcast took place yesterday, and included six such T-OLED displays:

LG Display's transparent OLEDs feature a brightness of 150 cd/m2 (peak white brightness of 400 cd/m2) and a transparency of 38% and a color gamut of 120% NTSC. The display can optionally include touch functionality.

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