Why is OLED screen so popular in the notebook industry? OLED display is considered to be the most space-expanding display technology today, but many people have misunderstood it, especially on the problem of burn-in. Still, there are still many notebooks that want to try to use OLED screens.
Nowadays, more and more notebook manufacturers are trying to use OLED screens. As a new type of screen, OLEDs have the advantages of no backlight, self-illumination, larger viewing angle, richer colors, more energy saving, flexible bending and so on. .
However, the application in notebooks is not so much. I heard more reports such as OLED burn-in. What are the advantages and disadvantages of this type of screen, which is not reliable, and its past and present. This article may help you.
Organic Light-EmitTIng Diode (English: Organic Light-EmitTIng Diode, abbreviation: OLED), also known as Organic Electroluminescence Display (English: Organic Electroluminescence Display, OELD), organic light-emitting semiconductor, and thin film transistor liquid crystal display are different types of products, The former has the advantages of self-illumination, wide viewing angle, high contrast, low power consumption, high reaction rate, full colorization and simple process, but it is relatively large in terms of price, technology selectivity, life, resolution and color reproduction. Can not rival the latter.
The OLED display can be divided into single color, colorful and full color, among which the full color production technology is the most difficult. The OLED display can be divided into passive matrix (PM OLED) and active ( Depending on the driving mode). AcTIve Matrix, AMOLED).
Organic light-emitting diodes can be easily classified into organic light-emitting diodes and polymer light-emit TIng diodes (PLEDs), and mature products have been developed. The main advantage of polymer light-emitting diodes relative to organic light-emitting diodes is their flexible large-area display. However, due to product life issues, the current products on the market still use organic light-emitting diodes as the main application.