LGD announces a higher efficiency WOLED stack, to start producing 42-inch and 83-inch panels

LG Display announced that it has developed and employed new OLED technologies, including new OLED materials and a new OLED device structure (with a new added layer) that enabled it to improve the efficiency of its large-area WOLED panels by around 20%. This enabled LGD to increase the brightness of its OLEDs.

The first display to adopt this new structure and materials is the company's 77-inch OLED panel, but LGD will also apply it to its other panels over 2021. LGD also announced that it will start producing 83-inch and 42-inch OLED TV panels, that will join its existing 48-, 55-, 65-, 77- and 88-inch models.

In the future LGD plans to expand its mid-range OLED TV display lineup to include sizes in the 20-inch to 30-inch range, to target applications such as gaming, mobility and personal display options.

LG is revealing these new displays at virtual CES 2021 this week, the company will also showcase new application idea for its transparent OLED TVs, its new 48-inch bendable gaming monitor and will of course reveal its 2021 OLED TV lineup.

Posted: Jan 11,2021 by Ron Mertens