Friends who are more concerned about the electronics industry should be aware that LCD screens are becoming more and more "unpopular". It is not that LCD screens are particularly bad. On the contrary, some people are still more accustomed to the LCD's comfortable and comfortable look. The unpopularity mentioned here is relative to the enterprise, because the popularity of OLED screens is far faster than our imagination. The inherent natural characteristics of OLED displays make the selling point of terminal equipment more diverse, and LCD is now Hard to catch up with.
The early days of OLED screens are indeed a shortcoming. For example, the color is too thick, the life is lower than LCD, the pixels are arranged sparsely (the graininess is obvious), but Samsung’s largest OLED display R&D base has not given up, and it is also a pro-son. After a few years of education, I finally learned more and more. In contrast, LCD screens have been more proud in recent years. Seeing that a large number of high-end TVs and smart phones have turned to the embrace of OLED displays , it has only begun to realize that the accumulation of technology in these years has been weak.
The biggest technical difference between OLED and LCD is actually "self-illumination" or not. It is very clear from the above picture. The structure of OLED is simpler. Each pixel can control itself. When it is illuminated, it will not emit light (such as display). In the dark color, the OLED is all black, and the LCD screen is still full of light. This is essentially different, and the natural technical barriers of OLED and LCD are formed: OLED is thinner than your LCD! OLED is able to bend and stretch! The contrast and color gamut of OLED is higher than your LCD!