PlayNitride is a number of Taiwanese companies that have extensive R & D in micro-LED technology, and according to OAELD-Info’s, South Korean Electronics is preparing to acquire $ 150 million for a larger firm. If you remember, Samsung is not the first to show interest in Micro-LED displays: Apple acquired the technology back in 2014, and Oakleys acquired Infineon in 2016. Which was an expert in all LED technology?
The micro-led panel includes microscopic LEDs that make individual display pixels. The result is that compared to regular LCD panels or current OLED displays. This microdisplay has high contrast and very fast reaction times when they are highly energy-efficient, like OLED displays. Unlike the OLED display, however. The LED panel gives 30 lighter hight brightness and does not suffer from a short lifespan.
It has been claimed in the report that Samsung is considering using this technology in VR applications. But with LED screens, television can replace its existing quantum dot technology. Although micro-LEDs can be affordable to produce displays and offer. The ideal solution for today’s OLED panel’s defects, unfortunately, due to technical difficulties. They have not yet been in mass production or commercialization.
Industry experts say that when low volumes of LED displays can be produced by the end of 2017, they will not be commercialized before 2020.
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Samsung Report Play Nitride Micro-LED
Micro-LED is a promising demonstration technology because it has the ability to enable brighter and more efficient display than OLED. It may be inexpensive, but technological challenges have been removed yet and analysts estimate. That by 2020 Micro LED will not be commercialized.
Apple acquired the micro-LED developer LuxVue in May 2014 and has not been updated. The technology later, but according to reports, Apple is planning to create a small micro LED apple display for the future. Watch wearables some say that Apple starts producing low-volume micro-LEDs, showing by the end of 2017
Apple is not alone in its interest in LEDs In 2016; Octaves acquired an info LED, another micro start. Sony is also developing micro-LED displays. In 2012, Sony shows a 55 “LED-based TV display that was called Crystal-LED and introduce large tile outdoor display 9.75 x 2.74 meters in 2016, which is now a brand as a canvas display or CLEDIS.
This means that Samsung can only hedge its bets and get hold of an interesting and promising next-generation display technology.