2015 is pretty much over - and this has been a great year for the OLED industry. OLED displays are reaching more smartphones and wearables - and OLED TVs and flexible OLEDs have finally entered the market for real. And the future looks good too, with major OLED investments promised and expected by the leading display makers.

Here are the top 10 stories posted on OLED-Info in 2015, ranked by popularity (i.e. how many people read the story):

  1. Danish site publishes LG's 2015 OLED TV price list (Jan 11)
  2. LG Display demonstrates 0.97 mm thick 55" flat OLED TV panels (May 19)
  3. Philips aims to spin-off its OLED lighting business unit (Jan 27)
  4. LG announces six new OLED TVs, including the world's first bendable TV (Jan 5)
  5. Everdisplay demonstrates a 6" 4K (734 PPI) AMOLED display (Aug 6)
  6. Samsung reportedly plans its comeback to the OLED TV market with WRGB panels (Mar 29)
  7. LG's 55" curved 4K OLED TV, the EG9600 is now shipping for $5,499 (Mar 11)
  8. Researchers claim new method can increase OLED efficiency by 3,000% (Jun 24)
  9. LG Chem's 320x320 mm OLED lighting panel now in production, company develops new integration solutions (Jan 16)
  10. LGD plans to ship 600,000 OLED TV panels in 2015 and 1.5 million in 2016 (Jan 7)

It's not a big surprise, but most of these stories revolve around OLED TVs. As LG and others continue to push OLED TVs to the market and as prices drop, it's likely that more and more consumers will learn about OLEDs. And once you see an OLED TV, you won't look at your LCD in the same way...



What is the difference between OLED and AMOLED?

What is the difference between OLED and AMOLED? And which one is better?

An AMOLED is an OLED display

An AMOLED is an OLED display that is driven by an Active-Matrix, as opposed to a PMOLED display which is an OLED driven by a Passive-Matrix. Maybe this article will clarify more.

Huh... The recent article

Huh... The recent article about monitors and laptops finally becoming a reality didn't even make it to the top 10 this year?

Seems like people may have finally grown tired of waiting.

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