At the Society for Information Display (SID) in the United States from May 10-12, LG Display will showcase the latest OLED products, from free-form smartphone solutions to enterprise-class options.
In San Jose, flexible displays that can be folded in and out, large displays with touch surfaces and the “world’s largest” plastic (P)-OLED for cars will be presented to the public for the first time.
In particular, the company presented an OLED panel that can literally be bent 360 degrees. According to test results, the 8.03-inch version with a resolution of 2480 × 2200 pixels withstands more than 200,000 bending cycles – a special matrix structure was developed for this. The solution is primarily designed for foldable smartphones. This option can be folded with the screen outwards – so you can use it in a compact form, open it up for use as a tablet, or fold the display inwards for safe transport.
In addition, the manufacturer will demonstrate other types of OLED panels: a 17-inch foldable display for laptops, a 97-inch OLED.EX panel for TVs, a 42-inch foldable display, flat in working mode and curved in gaming .
In addition, the company showed large 55-inch touch-layer OLED screens for commercial applications, as well as the “world’s largest” flexible plastic (P)-OLED panels for 34-inch cars. According to some reports, they actually consist of two or more separate OLED panels.
Finally, LG also introduced a variant for the popular trend – a 0.42-inch OLED microdisplay designed for AR devices.