In the commercial sector, small size OLED screens can be installed on POS machines, photocopiers and ATMs. OLED screens are both aesthetically pleasing and practical due to their flexibility, lightness and anti-ageing properties. Large screens can be used as both commercial promotional screens and as advertising screens in stations and airports, as OLED has a much better visual effect than LCD screens due to its wide viewing angle, high brightness and vibrant colours.
In the field of electronics, OLED is the most widely used in smartphones, followed by notebooks, displays, TVs, flat panels, digital cameras and other fields. Because OLED displays are more colourful and can be adjusted for colour (different display modes), they are widely used in practical applications, especially nowadays with curved TVs, which are widely acclaimed by the public. VR technology needs to be mentioned here. Although 2016 was an upwardly mobile industry and 2017 a downwardly mobile one, it shows the trend towards virtual technology. There is a very serious drag when watching VR devices on LCD screens, but it is much relieved in OLED screens, which light up with light molecules, whereas liquid crystals are flowing light liquids. So in '16, OLED screens officially overtook LCD screens and became the new darling of the mobile phone industry.
In the field of transportation, OLED is mainly used in ships, aircraft instruments, GPS, video phones, car displays, etc.. , mainly for small size. These fields are mainly concerned with OLED, the wide viewing angle performance. Even without looking directly at the screen, you can see the content of the screen, LCD but not.
In the industrial sector, Chinese industry is moving towards automation and intelligence, and more and more intelligent operating systems are being introduced, which requires more screens. oled has a wider range of applications than LCD.
In the medical field, medical diagnostic imaging and surgical screen monitoring are inseparable from the screen. In order to meet the requirements of a wide field of view for medical displays, OLEDscreens are the "perfect candidate". This shows that OLEDdisplay has a very high potential for development and a huge market potential. However, the manufacturing technology of OLEDs is not yet mature compared to LCD screens. Due to the low mass production rate and high cost, only some high-end devices in the market will use OLED screens. In the world, except for Samsung (which can now mass produce curved screens), it is difficult for other manufacturers to mass produce them. However, from the data of the first half of 2017, all manufacturers have increased their investment in research on OLED technology, and many mid-range domestic electronic products have applied OLED displays. From the mobile phone industry, the proportion of OLED screen applications has been rising year by year since 2015. Although LCD products are still not so much, but OLED screens are used in high-end smartphones, such as the iPhoneX and Samsung note8E8. so the development of smartphones and other electronic products will certainly further promote OLED.