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[HDTVTest] Samsung To Begin QD-OLED "Trial Production" Later This Year

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OLED-Info cites Chinese news reports as saying that Samsung Display officials had originally planned to begin mass producing the new technology by the end of 2020. However, the company has now decided it will only begin “trial production” at the end of the year, with mass production set to be pushed back to 2023 when a new 10-Gen manufacturing facility comes online.

The prospect of QD-OLED is an exciting one, as it marries the best characteristics of both technologies. OLED is known for its extremely rich contrast ratios and deep blacks, while Quantum Dot, which has traditionally been paired with LCD displays, uses semiconductor nanocrystals to produce pure monochromatic red, green, and blue light that delivers more vibrant, natural colours. A combination of the two should therefore be quite compelling, although we can only speculate as to the kind of image quality such technology could deliver.
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Exciting news, I had not realized that Samsung was this close. Hopeful for 2023.
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They were saying production this year like a year ago. But then they said they would be changing production from large screens to smaller ones (laptops, tablets, monitors) a few months ago, so we should have seen this coming.

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Would this help alleviate image retention/burn in? And make Oled cheaper?


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Would this help alleviate image retention/burn in? And make Oled cheaper?


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I doubt it, looks like it would enhance colour gamut further but also be more expensive.

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Considering the complexities and minimal gain over OLED, they can as well keep their damn QDs.
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I'm not super familiar with how the current non emmisive QD tech works but my understanding it that it'll let them dump their weaker OLED colors for the QD "filter" instead of having to constantly tinker with subpixel sizing to try and even out levels and aging. Also being able to dump the white pixel LG uses to boost brightness wouldn't hurt either.

Edit: Ah they need to OLED to be blue, that is unfortunate.

Of course Samsung's OLED TV tech has on back burner for years so they'll have some catching up to do.

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Won't micro-led be a thing before 2023?
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That'll depend on how big you want your tv to be.
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monitor tech has been so incredibly frustrating.

granted there are good panels out right now, but so many of us are waiting to build our dream PC because of a lack of 4k 120hz+ oled 24-32" monitors.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ryder View Post
monitor tech has been so incredibly frustrating.

granted there are good panels out right now, but so many of us are waiting to build our dream PC because of a lack of 4k 120hz+ oled 24-32" monitors.
Get a bigger room, buy a TV, and sit a few feet further back.

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