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OLED flickering

I've read a lot of stuff on OLED, but only recently come across the phenomenon of sequential scanning (from slashdot). I thought before that OLED tech was similar to LCD where the pixel stays on until changed. But I found out that the Sony 11" - for example - flickers like the old CRTs do. Can't OLED act more like LCD? A few questions:

1: Would it be easy to go way above 60fps for OLED scanning?
2: For a fully white pixel, what time proportion of the pixel is off compared to on? How quick (as a ratio of the refresh rate) is the 'fade' to black once that pixel has been excited?
3: Which OLED flavours don't suffer from this? How about PHOLED or POLED etc.?
4: Is there a website where I can research this further?

Thanks for the info.

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