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LG.Philips LCD has announced that it has developed (in cooperation with UDC.) the first full-color flexible AMOLED display that uses amorphous silicon (a-Si) technology.

The 4-inch full-color flexible AM OLED display features 320×240 QVGA resolution and can reproduce 16.77 million colors. It uses a stainless metal foil substrate to ensure durability and protection against heat, which improves the manufacturing process and enhances product stability, noted LG.Philips LCD.

Using a-Si backplane technology allows LG.Philips LCD to use its existing TFT LCD production line for these AM OLEDs, a major step toward demonstrating the commercial viability of such products. LG.Philips LCD will unveil the full-color flexible AM OLED display at SID 2007 in the US on May 20.

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