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Old 07-29-2020, 08:21 AM   #1
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Default LG creating Micro LED Displays

https://hdtvtest.co.uk/n/LGs-first-1...is-coming-soon

As always, the first batch seem to be aimed squarely at the commercial market however the company actively exploring it alongside Samsung & Sony is big news for the future with the display tech possibly being the best of OLED & LCD tech once they manage to figure out mass production for typical screen sizes without making those modular seams visible.
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LG and Samsung going head to head. Thanks.
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LG and Samsung going head to head. Thanks.
Sony got to get in this party, LG and Samsung going to mess it up.
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Didnt Samsung try to make a OLED tv way before LG? I know Sony did make a tiny OLED before LG made a TV. Samsung's inorganic QLED never reached the consumer market either.
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Didnt Samsung try to make a OLED tv way before LG? I know Sony did make a tiny OLED before LG made a TV. Samsung's inorganic QLED never reached the consumer market either.
Yes, but it wasn't the patented WOLED display tech that LG bought from Kodak. Samsung was never able to produced 60+ inch displays for mass production.
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Yes, but it wasn't the patented WOLED display tech that LG bought from Kodak.
LG did not just buy the patent and immediately release a mass market consumer Kodak OLED panel.

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