What is an OLED?
• OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) is a light emitting technology created by placing a series of organic thin films between two conductors. A bright light is emitted when an electrical current is applied.
• OLEDs offer 4K resolution and deliver ultra HD picture.
• OLED is a light emitting technology which means OLED displays do not require a back light or enclosure, and are therefore thinner and more efficient than other types of displays.
• OLED displays can be as thin as 0.1 inches thick and can be flexible and rollable.
• OLEDs are currently used in many mobile devices such as the Galaxy S6, LG and Samsung TVs, and even in some lighting fixtures.
• OLED applications are numerous as they can also be made transparent and embedded in windows—perfect for retail applications, product demonstrations, and museums.