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Recent OLED News

New OLED gadget: Huawei Watch GT 2e

Huawei's Watch GT 2e is an entry-level smartwatch that features a 1.39" 454x454 BOE AMOLED display and is based on Huawei's own wearable platform. It includes an Accelerometer, heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor and does not have any cellular connectivity.

Huawei Watch GT 2e photo

The Watch GT 2e will ship by the end of April for around $180 in China.a

New OLED gadget: Gigabyte 2020 Aero 15 OLED

Gigabyte's 2020 Aero 15 laptop is aimed towards content creators and there's an optional 15.6" 4K SDC AMOLED display. Other specification include Intel's latest Core-i9 8-core CPUs and Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2070/2080 GPU.

Gigabyte 2020 Aero 15 OLED photo

The 2020 Aero 15 will ship later in 2020, starting at $1,899 for the OLED models.

Omdia lowers its OLED TV forecast to 3.5 million units in 2020

Market research company Omdia (previous IHS Markit) have revised down its global TV outlook - and say that it expects only 3.5 million OLED TV units to ship in 2020. Omdia's previous estimate was 4.5 million units, and this too was decreased from its original forecast in late 2019 of 5.5 million.


The OLED TV is still growing (unlike the entire TV market which will shrink in 2020), but due to the CotonaVirus outbreak, LGD's plans to expand production will be delayed.

Samsung Electronics is looking to develop its own ulta-thin glass cover for foldable smartphones

Samsung Electronics's 2nd foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip, sports an ultra-thin glass cover, which replaced the polyimmide one used in its previous foldable, the Galaxy Fold. The UTG glass cover is produced by Korea-based Dowoo Insys, who processes Schott's ultra thin glass.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip photo

According to a new report from Korea, Samsung Electronics wants to develop its own UTG cover, as it feels the Dowoo Insys UTG is still not robust enough and the company also wants to increase production yields and reduce costs. SE is already in talks with several glass suppliers for this project.

Royole announces new foldable OLED displays with much improved specifications

Chinese OLED developer Royole announced its next-generation (3rd-Gen) fully flexible OLED displays, which it refers to as "Cicada Wing". Royole says that these new displays deliver significant improvements over its previous generation displays. The new displays have a material stack of over 100 layers.

Cicada Wing displays, compared to Royole's 2nd-Gen flexible OLEDs, offer 5X higher contrast, 50% higher brightness, 20% faster response time and a better color shift. It also offers a low brightness decay (Royole says it is 3.5X better then competing foldable OLEDs).

New OLED gadget: 2020 Razer Blade 15

The 2020 version of Razer's Blade 15 gaming laptop uses either a 15.6" 300Hz Full-HD LCD display or a 15.6" 4K AMOLED display. The laptop features Intel's 10th-gen 8-core Core i7 CPU and comes with Nvidia's latest RX 2070/2080 Super GPUs. The Rzer Blade 15 Advanced has better specs (but the same OLED display option).

2020 Blade 15 Advanced photo

The Razer Blade 15 will start shipping globally in May 2020, starting at $2,299 for the base OLED model.

Printed Electrochromics boldly goes where no display has gone before

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Example use-case for printed electrochromics, Ynvisible
Fig.1 Example use case for printed electrochromics: a shock detector smart label with an interactive printed interface.

Expanding Need for Simple Electronic Display Functionality

Rapid advances in the miniaturization and reduction of costs in computing, electronic sensing, and communications have allowed the integration of “smart” electronic functionality into almost everything. ”Intelligence” is now embedded into a wide range of everyday objects, and spread throughout our working and living environments. Much of this intelligence, data collection and transfer is hidden from the human senses, requiring little or no human involvement. But as the number of human daily touch points and interactions with smart devices grows, so too does the importance of user experience design and the role of displays.

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