LG Display announced today its new generation of OLED TV panels, which are capable of reaching a size of 88 inches and promise an improvement in image quality thanks to “newly developed and highly efficient materials, as well as the addition of a layer to the screen,” which improves their efficiency by about 20%. Greater efficiency means the screen improves its brightness for more vivid images.
LG Display announces its new generation of OLED panels
OLED screens are self-emitting because their pixels emit light and color by themselves, and are individually controlled in a process called ‘pixel dimming. In terms of an 8K OLED display, 33 million pixels are self-illuminating in this way. Thanks to pixel dimming, OLED displays can obtain brighter or darker images with extreme precision, resulting in superior image quality. This is also the reason why the OLED can offer a perfect black, considered the basis of all colors, and therefore can provide a realistic and natural image quality without any distortion.
Of course, LG Display is the leading manufacturer of OLED panels for televisions in the world and they have to continue selling this technology, which is why it indicates that the Mini-LED technology is limited in relation to contrast due to its “local dimming”, in addition to saying that their panels are certified by the world’s leading certification organizations in the United States and Germany because they do not blink and emit low levels of blue light, which can be harmful to eye health.
LG Display showed its first new-generation 77-inch TV and announced that its new panels will be available in sizes of 88, 83, 77, 65, 55, 42, and 48 inches starting this year with resolutions of up to 8K, in addition to developing mid-range OLED panels from 20 to 30 inches for gaming TVs and monitors.