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Having opened the era of the 8K display by uncovering the world’s first 88-inch 8K OLED display at last year’s CES, LG Display further expanded its 8K OLED product lineup with the introduction of a 65-inch 8K OLED display at this year’s CES. The company also unveiled a 65-inch UHD Crystal Motion OLED (CMO) display with the world’s fastest Motion Picture Response Time (MPRT) of 3.5m/s. This cutting-edge product enabled viewers to catch all the speed of sports and action movies in their original vibrancy without any motion blur.
LG Display will showcase an unprecedented sculpture in the form of a flower, made of four 65-inch UHD OLED displays with their edges curled inwards as flexibly as petals. With this artwork, the company will illustrate the advantages of the unrivaled rollability and bendability of OLED displays, establishing what the company can do without compromising excellent picture quality.
On the commercial display side, LG Display showcased an 86-inch electronic whiteboard display with the company’s in-TOUCH technology embedded inside the display, which enabled greater touch precision, clearer picture quality and a slimmer design.
On the automotive display side, it introduced the world’s largest 12.3-inch transparent OLED panel with 45 percent transparency, highlighting the company’s highly advanced technology in that sector. In addition, a 12.3-inch QHD POLED Center Information Display (CID) was showcased among its various other automotive displays being unwrapped at the show.
The next-generation monitor display market meets convenience with LG Display’s new concept of desktop monitor, the 27-inch Neo Art portable display. PC and mobile devices easily connect to this large monitor via a simple USB-C port. With a display that is both portable and wireless, users can maximize how they use their space as this product combines the movability of a mobile device with the usability of a large-size screen.
LG Display Develops World’s First QHD+ LCD with 18:9 Aspect Ratio for Smartphones
LG Display announced today that it will introduce the world’s first 5.7-inch QHD+ LCD panel with a 18:9 aspect ratio, responding to growing consumer demand for bigger, better screens on smartphones. The company will supply the panel to LG Electronics for its next flagship smartphone this year.
The most notable feature of the new mobile display is its “18:9 aspect ratio.” Displays, which take up the largest area of smartphones, have evolved from an aspect ratio of 4:3, to 3:2, 5:3 and 16:9; lately, a 17:9 ratio display has been introduced. Due to increasing consumer demands for bigger screens, LG Display developed the 18:9 aspect ratio display to provide more immersive viewing experiences .
The new 18:9 aspect ratio represents LG Display’s direction on how displays should evolve, while meeting the rising trend for watching videos on smartphones. The 18:9 aspect ratio is also optimized for multi-tasking, using dual-screen functions.
QHD refers to a resolution of 1,440×2,560 – four times the number of pixels on a standard HD display (720×1,280), which employs 538 Pixel per Inch (PPI), based on a 5.5-inch panel. LG Display’s new 5.7-inch panel called QHD+ has a resolution of 1,440×2,880 with 564 PPI, which is higher than conventional QHD LCDs.
The new product not only provides excellent touch responses, thanks to the company’s exclusive in-TOUCH technology, but also helps achieve a thinner and lighter smartphone due to the absence of Touch Cover Glass. The module (excluding the cover glass) is super slim, being less than 1mm thick, and has reduced bezel width by 0.2mm (20 percent) on top, and by 0.54mm (10 percent) on the left and right sides, compared to conventional QHD LCDs.
LG Display has also improved the outdoor visibility of the panel by increasing transmittance by 10 percent, while reducing power consumption by 30 percent. Outdoor visibility and low-power consumption are major criteria for consumer choices for smartphones.
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