LG Display developed a 5.2" Full-HD LCD panel that is only 2.2 mm thick. They say this is the world's thinnest Full-HD LCD panel. It's also the narrowest panel as it has a 2.3 mm bezel. This is the first panel to use LGD's Advanced One-Glass-Solution (OGS).

LGD says that Dual Flexible Printed Circuits, superior to a single circuit, have been inserted between the panel and touch film, reducing the number of lines on the panel by more than 30%. Utilization of a direct bonding system has also resulted in Optical Clear Resin between the panel and touch film for greater brightness.

This is impressive for an LCD, but OLEDs are much thinner. In fact 6" Full-HD glass based OLED will be only 1.5 mm thick. A plastic-based AMOLED will be only 0.5 mm thick - less than a quarter than even the thinnest LCD.

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it is not true

I think the world's thinnest display title belongs to JDI, that has two prototypes first has 5-inch Full HD 0.98mm thick the second has 7-inch 2560x1600 resolution and 1.98mm thick, these prototypes showed at latest 2012 FPD in Yokohama.

the south Korean display manufacturers try to present themseleves likes world's leaders, they feel jalousy from Japan maker.

Does anyone here really

Does anyone here really believe that the endcustomer will care about whether his OLED display is 2.2  1.5 or 0.98 mm thick?

I think that if you can

I think that if you can reduce the thickness of the phone by 1 mm (or, alternatively, enlarge the battery) it is very important to customers.

If the reduced thickness is

If the reduced thickness is indeed used to make space for better batteries or other useful things then you are right it may be important.

If it just ends up being a minimally thinner mobile phone then in my opinion it is about as important to 99% of the customers as the discussion about whether Pentile displays are worse than regular RGB patterns. Sure a couple of tech geeks like us will find it noteworthy, but the vast majority won't even begin to care.

I think this panel include

I think this panel include touch as well so the JDI panel may be stand alone.

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