AUO announced it will show several OLED prototypes at the FPD International 2011 exhibition later this week. The company will show a new 32" Full-HD OLED TV prototype. This TV uses a Metal Oxide TFT as backplane and is only 3mm thick. AUO says that the TV has a quick response time and high contrast ratio. Hopefully the company will unveil the specifications and commercialization plans during the conference.
AUO will also show a 4" Flexible AMOLED panel (which is based on Low Temperature Processed Metal Oxide TFT as backplane driver). This panel is only 0.3mm thick.
AUO will also show other prototypes such as a 65" transparent LCD, 65" gesture-controlled 3D LCD TV, super-narrow bezel LCD panels and 6” Rollable Organic TFT E-paper.
Just a few days ago the company unveiled a new 4.3" AMOLED panel offering 257ppi, which will launch soon (probably in early 2012). They also demonstrated a 6" transparent OLED display (with a transparency rate of over 35%), and a 4" Touch AMOLED display that features 30% less energy consumption compared to other AMOLED.