As an international display panel giant, LG Display has a deep presence in OLED and LCD. At the CES show, LG Display not only unveiled 29 high-end TV products in one go, but also showcased LG’s own folding-screen phones, curlable/deformable OLED TVs, transparent TVs, cockpits and other future screen applications.
OLED Because of the thin thickness of the glowing organic film and the traditional LCD screen, the screen can be bent repeatedly with a TFE package instead of a traditional glass package. Samsung’s Beijing Oriental flexible-screen phones have appeared on the market before. This time, LG Display also showcased its own flexible screen concept machine.
As you can see, LG’s flexible screen concept machine looks like a laptop and, of course, like a large tablet. In addition to the inner folding at the hinge, there is also a large surface design. Used by LG as a notification bar display.
In addition to portable devices, LG Display’s more presentation spree is focused on large-screen areas, including building first-class cabins for aircraft with OLED screens, using transparent displays as information cards and breaks.
In traditional television, LG Display has introduced a 77-inch Film Cinematic Sound and Wallpaper OLED TV, which replaces traditional speakers with vibrating film and can be used in areas where space is limited and not easy to install.
LG Display has previously introduced a curly OLED TV, this time with LG Display changing the direction of the curl, with a 65-inch UHD Roll Down OLED TV. This TV can hang like a curtain on the window sill, or indoors. When used slowly from the top of the fall, when not used to put away, do not block other objects.
For commercial applications, LG Display also shows us the application of the display. LG Display has developed in-TOUCH technology that allows the touch sensor to be built into the display panel. Different functions can be achieved with different screen products, such as a transparent OLED that can be used as a product window.
In addition to using OLED indoors, the shape-friendly OLED can also be used in cars, and LG Display also showcases in-vehicle P-OLED display products that will begin production in 2020.
The LG Display can be seen combining the 14-inch dashboard screen with the information display, the control screen, and encased in a complete glass. These three displays are not flat, but present a natural surface.
In addition to being used in the vehicle’s center-controlled and instrumentsystem, LG Display has developed a transparent OLED display that is placed in front of the windshield to display simple road conditions and navigational guidance information, similar to THE HUD.
The rear seat is also equipped with a curly OLED display that can be put away when not in use and placed in the space behind the pillow.
LG Display also offers players a 37.5-inch WQHD large-size display for a better gaming experience.
OLED screens are now becoming more widely available on smartphones. As the technology and processes mature further, the next step will be to see a large number of OLED large-screen devices on the market.