LG Display reacts to QD OLED Samsung Display technology with an Oled Smart TV offering 2,000 nits

The return of the TV market leader to the Oled TV segment with the Samsung S95B series (see our news (Update) Samsung S95B, 55'' and 65'' Oled Ultra HD 4K TV approaching) with advantages Technological Patents has the merit of relaunching the race for innovation in OLED technology. Because, if the latter has progressed in recent years with each new generation of TV panels signed LG Display, it must be recognized that these were incremental developments more than significant progressions. With the key performance below the Mini LED LCD for the support of HDR signals for example. But that could soon change…

In view of the first tests of QD Oled Samsung S95B televisions across the planet, it appears that the technology developed by Samsung Display, the screen manufacturer division of Samsung, has real advantages compared to the White Oled technology signed by LG Display with example of advantageous performance in terms of light peak, colorimetric coverage or even viewing angle.

Oled TV with microlenses, LG Display's answer to Samsung Display Two weeks ago, we mentioned in our columns a new axis of technological development within LG Display for OLED TV panels based on the integration of microlenses whose purpose is to optimize the path of the light generated by the diodes, to orient it entirely outwards (see our news LG Display is experimenting with a process to increase Oled brightness by 20%). While the Korean firm mentioned a brightness gain of around 20%, the result seems much greater and happily exceeds the expectations of Korean engineers with an announced peak light of 2,000 nits on the 8K Ultra HD television unveiled at the Display edition. Week 2022 which was held from May 8 to 13 in San José, California. It's a real surprise and we have to admit, no one expected such a quick response from the Korean company.

Oled EX technology is already a thing of the past, the future is in microlenses According to the latest information we have gathered, the process developed by LG Display resides in the application of a microlens on each diode, the purpose of which is to optimize the path of the light generated by the diodes, to direct it in its entirety towards the outside, either on the slab side.

MLA, new Oled LG Display TV technology Called MLA, for Metal Illuminated Lens Array, this new technology is making its debut on a 77'' (196 cm) Oled 8K television. A Smart TV that combines the Oled EX process (see our CES 22 news > New Oled EX TV panel by LG Display, 30% more brightness?) and MLA to offer unprecedented results.