BOE unveiled a new QD-OLED prototype at SID Displayweek 2020. This new panel is 13.6" in size with a FHD resolution. It supports up to 120 nits and achieves a 100% NTSC color gamut.

This is the first time we hear of BOE's QD-OLED project, this will be interesting to follow.

QD-OLED technology is gaining traction, it seems. In 2019 Samsung Display formally announced its decision to invest $10.85 billion in QD-OLED TV R&D and production lines, as SDC gets ready to start mass producing QD-OLED TVs in 2021 or 2022. China's TCL also announced in 2019 that it is developing QD-OLED technologies, and the company's CSoT subsidiary already demonstrated several prototypes.

QD-OLED technology uses blue OLED emitters and a quantum-dots based color conversion layer.

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