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New tech include some impressive screens for mobile devices

LG has announced it will be on hand at the Society for Information Displays (SID) Display Week 2013 showing off some of its new screen technologies. Among the technologies that LG will be showing off is a 55-inch curved screen TV that uses WRGB OLED technology.

Perhaps the most interesting piece of technology that LG will be showing off is the flexible five-inch plastic OLED panel that is specifically designed for mobile devices. The plastic screen has more flex than some other OLED panel types to allow the screen to be more rugged and survive damage from drops, hits, and accidents.

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LG earlier this year announced plans to deliver a production flexible display smartphone by the end of 2013.

LG is also working on a 5” panel that will have a 1 mm thick bezel allowing for the production of borderless smartphones that are lighter and emit less heat than current models. A 7” version of the same panel with embedded touch functionality will also on display at show.
 
Other products being shown off will include an LG ultra HD panel for 23.8-inch monitors along with a 14-inch 2560 x 1440 resolution panel for laptops. LG will also show off the world's first seven-inch full HD panel exceeding 300 pixels per inch.

Source: Efytimes





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